NBC's "Revolution" remains TV's hottest new show this fall, but the gap between it and its veteran Monday drama rivals -- ABC's "Castle" and CBS' "Hawaii Five-0" -- tightened even more this week.
The Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Mattias Pineiro's "Viola," two months after the movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in the Wavelengths section.
Michael Eisner's new distribution pact with Universal goes a long way toward furthering his efforts to raise a production fund.
Swedish producer Helena Danielsson will receive European co-production award, the Prix Eurimages, at the European Film Awards in Malta on Dec. 1.
European Film Promotion has announced the international jury for its Shooting Stars talent showcase, which takes place Feb. 9-11 as part of the Berlin Film Festival.
Karen Arikian is departing from her post as exec director for the Hamptons International Film Festival.
The Doha Tribeca Film Festival, the annual culmination of year-round activities of the Doha Film Institute, will feature plenty of family-friendly fare, fest execs announced this week.
Following in the footsteps of their 2011 documentary "Life in a Day," Ridley Scott Associates and Scott Free London are embarking on another venture in collective filmmaking with "Springsteen and I."
Buoyed by the overseas success of fare like "Hell's Kitchen" and Julian Fellowes-scripted "Titanic," ITV Studios is on course to deliver more than £100 million ($159 million) in profit this year.
Higher TV ad sales in Germany and a strong performance by U.K. production and sales subsid FremantleMedia helped boost third-quarter revenue at pan-European media giant RTL Group.
Fox has launching a new fleet of apps across leading devices united under the brand extension Fox Now.