PARIS -- AB Intl. has inked a flurry of sales on Gallic gangster drama miniseries "Tony's Revenge," and is in advanced negotiations with an American buyer for a U.S. adaptation.
"Game Change" proved to be a record-setter for HBO.
MADRID -- MGM has inked a movie deal with Spanish broadcaster La Sexta covering exclusive rights to first-run and library titles for three years.
ROME -- "A Separation" helmer Asghar Farhadi, who on Monday was denied permission by Iranian authorities to celebrate his foreign-language Oscar win in Tehran, will shoot a French-language film in…
LONDON -- CBS overtook Warner Bros. to become Europe's No. 1 distributor of U.S. drama series in 2011, thanks to fare like the "CSI" franchise.
British police made six arrests early Tuesday in the British media's phone hacking scandal, including Rebekah Brooks, the former top executive of Rupert Murdoch's News International, The Associated…
Theater Center, the U.K.'s leading young people's theater, has announced the 2012 shortlist for the Brian Way Award for Best Play for Young Audiences.
A new drama about Mary Shelley, author of the original "Frankenstein" novel, and London premieres of plays by Alan Ayckbourn and David Harrower are on on the spring/summer slate for London's Tricycle…
EDINBURGH -- The 66th Edinburgh Film Festival will close with the European premiere of Disney-Pixar's Scottish-themed animation "Brave" on June 30.
LONDON -- Lionsgate U.K. has shaved seven seconds from Gary Ross' adaptation of "The Hunger Games" to get a 12A classification in the country.
On Sunday, Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood was closed down for the John Varvatos ninth annual Stuart House Bring Your Heart to Our House benefit for the UCLA center that helps sexually abused kids.