American documentary "Sound and Fury" won Japan's grand prix competition for educational TV programs, pubcaster NHK announced Wednesday.
Kidvidder Entertainment Rights is setting up a New York office to be headed by Gillian Kirby, formerly of Nelvana.
Hot young South Korean helmer Kim Ki-Duk ("Birdcage Inn," "The Isle") has won the $20,000 Pusan Award at the Pusan Promotion Plan, Asia's top meeting place for filmmakers, producers and distribs.
Prime minister and medial mogul Silvio Berlusconi is the most loved and the most hated man in Italy, beating even terrorist Osama bin Laden, according to a new survey Wednesday.
ARP, the powerful Gallic authors, directors and producers lobby, aims to torpedo private web TF1's plan to screen "Titanic" over two evenings next week.
TV Azteca has renewed its exclusive output deal with Disney for another three years. The accord gives Mexico's No. 2 web exclusive rights over all Disney product on terrestrial TV here.
ABC Entertainment Television Group has tapped legal eagles Polin Cohanne and Jeff Frost.
"Dog Soldiers," a Brit horror pic written and directed by Neil Marshall, has been picked up by Pathe Distribution for U.K. release.
Spanish Media group Admira has appointed Carlos de Muns as its international director, production and sales, a newly-created post.
Vet BBC war correspondent John Simpson spun the concept of a media war to a surprising conclusion Tuesday when he styled himself as the liberator of Kabul.
United Pan-Europe Communications has posted a loss of 2.1 billion euros ($1.84 billion) for the first nine months of the year, up from $1.3 billion for the first nine months of 2000.
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