Brazil's film industry, currently buoyed mostly by tax-shelter coin, is about to get another shot in the arm -- this time direct from the government.
Reteaming with the studio behind her latest outing, "Ravenous," Antonia Bird has struck a deal with Fox 2000 to develop "Noel" as possibly the helmer's next directorial gig.
Geoffrey Levy has been elevated to chairman, and senior KPMG partner Roger Amos has been tapped director at the Film Finance Corp. (FFC), the principal Oz public production coin investment agency.
Columbia U.'s School of the Arts Graduate Film Division has announced the winners of its Polo Ralph Lauren New Works Festival.
One of the raps against cable networks is that their best programming consists of reruns of broadcast-network series like "Walker, Texas Ranger," "ER" and "Roseanne."
The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is revoking the license of Med TV, the Kurdish satellite channel suspended last month for supporting acts of terrorism against Turkey.
Just months after boosting its visual f/x arm with new hires from other major houses, Pacific Title/Mirage Studios has restructured its digital division, shuttering its 2-D and 3-D f/x businesses and…
The teenage boys and young-adult males who made "South Park" a phenomenon last year have started to abandon the Comedy Central series, causing the show's ratings in cable homes to plummet by a…
Adelphia Communications Corp. has raised $836 million through a combination of debt and newly issued shares.
Virgin Cinemas Japan Ltd. made its debut in the Japanese multiplex market on Thursday with the opening of the largest cinema complex in the country, near the major southwest city of Fukuoka.
Comcast is studying a wide range of strategies as it determines how to respond to AT&T's hostile $62 billion bid for MediaOne Group. Options include countering AT&T's offer.