Rupert Murdoch may finally have gained the solid toehold he needs to build up his interests in the hottest, most lucrative territory in Europe.
In an evening of surprises, Fox Searchlight's box office flop "Oscar and Lucinda" came away with the most hardware at the 40th annual Australian Film Institute Awards Nov. 7, while gritty…
The British Board of Film Classification has appointed Robin Duval, a senior regulator at the Independent Television Commission, as the U.K.'s new chief film censor.
Declaring that it doesn't want to blur the line between news and entertainment, ABC has nixed plans for an Oliver Stone special that was to deal, in part, with the controversial theory that a Navy…
CANADA Second exec in a month ankles NAC The National Arts Centre has lost a second senior staff member, less than a month after the chief executive officer resigned. Brian Macdonald, the NAC’s…
Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar took home the Grand Prix at the 11th Tokyo International Film Festival on Sunday when his movie "Open Your Eyes" won the best picture award at the event.
Fox Family Post Production has named Michael Kadenacy VP, worldwide technical services and feature post production. In his new position, Kadenacy will continue to maintain the company’s extensive…
Court TV has promoted Dan Levinson to executive VP of marketing and Bob Rose to executive VP of affiliate relations.
The National TV and Radio Council on Friday agreed that Telewizja Polska can join Polska Platform Cyfrowa, Poland's planned second digital platform.
In one of the biggest deals ever of its kind, New Line Cinema has paid Jerry Lewis a seven-figure sum for the remake rights to the 1960 comedy "Cinderfella" for Industry Entertainment to produce.
New Line Television has added two new L.A.-based production execs to oversee its growing slate of series and made-fors.
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