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Universal Pictures has restructured its home entertainment division, giving it oversight of all physical and digital sales, marketing and distribution of its film and TV shows. Studio made the move…
With disc sales struggling to maintain the value they've long enjoyed on conglomerate balance sheets, EST growth is critical to studios, which must transition the whole notion of ownership to…
With its biggest financing deal poised to end, Universal has upped one of its key business affairs execs, Abhijay Prakash, to exec VP of the studio's business development and strategic planning…
Peter Levinsohn has left his post as president of new media and digital distribution for Fox Filmed Entertainment to become Universal Pictures' new prexy and chief distribution officer. In his new…
The United Arab Emirates film community is mourning the death of Tim Smythe, who was known in Hollywood as the Dubai go-to guy for pics including "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol," "Syriana,"…
BBC Worldwide is partnering with in-theater advertising company Screenvision to bring Daniel Craig-narrated nature docu "One Life" to Stateside theaters for a limited engagement on Feb. 21.
"Spinning Plates" enjoyably profiles a disparate trio of U.S. eateries ranging from the loftiest emporium of gastronomical innovation to the humblest mom-and-pop operation.
Chung-hoon Chung, who was born in 1970 in Seoul, South Korea, started out as a child actor and cinephiles everywhere can be thankful that he turned out to be "a horrible one -- really bad."
David Lowery had directed a feature before, but never like this.
Telling the puzzling story of doomed poet Edward Thomas who died in World War One, playwright Nick Dear abandons constricting chronology and uses multiple and contradictory narrators.