Bavaria Film, a longtime mainstay of German film and TV production, is looking increasingly beyond the country's borders as it seeks to broaden operations and ramp up international productions.
What should have been a celebration of ratings success turned into a PR gaffe for German Pubcaster ZDF.
When Paramount announced in March that it was launching micro-budget arm Insurge Pictures, it caught the attention of a film biz still reeling from the implosion of studio specialty and genre labels.
Universal won't open Jim Sheridan's thriller "Dream House," toplining Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Naomi Watts, on Feb. 18 after all.
Tribune Co. made it official Friday, announcing Randy Michaels' resignation after a turbulent run at the company. Michaels' role as CEO will be assumed, for the near term, by a four-member internal…
One of the biggest media deals in recent Canadian history has been given the greenlight by the Canuck broadcast regulator.
The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have taken another formal step toward hammering out the details of merging.
Syfy has given a two-hour pilot order to "Battlestar Gallactica: Blood & Chrome."
Lea Michele is eyeing "New Year's Eve" and is in talks to make her feature film debut in New Line's ensemble comedy.
CW has gone two-for-two this fall, giving full season orders to frosh dramas "Nikita" and "Hellcats."