By way of a $600,000 grant, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting has greenlit production on docu series "Senior Year."
John Malone's pay TV network Starz will get a rare exclusive seven-run window on the Ralph Fiennes starrer "Onegin" before it goes into general release in U.S. theaters.
Russia's Media-Most is facing financial pressure after one creditor froze company bank accounts on Nov. 2 and 3.
Stages at St. Petersburg-based Lenfilm will soon be busy again after financial problems had all but shut down local production.
Taiwanese director Chang Tso-chi was the toast of the 12th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival as his movie about a university coed returning to her hometown for summer vacation called "Darkness and Light"…
Record-breaking business in the U.K., powered by odd bedfellows "The Blair Witch Project" and "Tarzan," plus electrifying bows by "The Sixth Sense" in Japan, Mexico and Italy, highlighted a livewire…
Endangered Species Pictures, the urban specialty arm of HSI-Tomorrow Films, has optioned the Jean Claude LaMarre-penned "Stoop."
San Diego-based Web company MP3.Com has formed a C$19.5 million ($13.3 million) alliance with Toronto-based CD, video and software maker Cinram International to create an Internet jukebox.
Best-feature nominations for the European Film Awards include Roger Michell's "Notting Hill," Pedro Almodovar's "All About My Mother" and Tim Roth's "The War Zone."
"The Blair Witch Project" will soon be anyone's game, with electronic publisher Gathering of Developers snatching up the pic's worldwide videogame and computer rights.
Nickelodeon is branching into longform programming with a slate of original telefilms based primarily on existing Nick properties.