The Brussels Intl. Film Festival has fleshed out its program for its 2001 edition, to be held Jan. 18-27.
Bruised but not (yet) beaten Internet music company MP3.com said Thursday it has inked an audio/video marketing deal with Warner Music Group.
Pedro Almodovar, Europe's highest-grossing non-English-lingo auteur, has set his next project -- the semi-autobiographical "La Mala Educacion" ("Bad Education").
Helmer Ang Lee's hit martial-arts/period romance "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" took top honors as best film of the year from the Toronto Film Critics Assn.
XM Satellite Radio will unveil its line of retail radios at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Brooke Langton has been tapped to star in the tentatively titled Glenn Gordon Caron series "When I Grow Up" for Fox. The one-hour romantic comedy, from Paramount Network Television, will go into…
Swedish film group Sandrew Metronome is returning to Scandinavian pic production after a four-year break to set its merger with Norwegian media conglom Schibsted rolling.
Helmer Daniel Filho's "A Partilha" (The Will) is the first feature financed under Columbia TriStar and Globo Filmes' four-pic co-production/distribution pact.
"We're doing business as usual" -- that's the message from Barrandov CEO Radomir Docekal amid rumors that the Czech film studio's sale to little-known Canadian investment group Kodiak is dead.
Finnish public broadcaster YLE is selling 49% of its digital terrestrial platform Digita to French company Telediffusion de France (TDF) for 141 million euros ($124 million). Deal also gives TDF the…
Jerre Hookey, director of the Screen Actors Guild's Denver office, has emerged as an early favorite for the top post at the union to replace the retiring Ken Orsatti.