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TV vets Tom Mazza and Dan Angel have launched a family-friendly content shingle in partnership with Larrikin Entertainment, the production financing venture headed by Greg Coote and David…
Canadian shingle Shaftesbury Films has inked a first-look deal with ABC, offering the Alphabet a flexible, cost-effective approach to development and production.
ABC has ordered 13 episodes of paranormal drama "Weird Desk," targeted for a summer 2013 run.
Hollywood is bemoaning the eroding bankability of movie stars because it represents yet another threat to traditional showbiz economics.
Shaftesbury, one of Canada's top TV production companies, is launching a L.A.-based U.S. division, which will focus on developing content for the U.S. market, the company announced Tuesday.
If being different from the usual Italo product were enough, tyro helmer Ago Panini's "Waiting for the Sun" would deserve high praise. Instead, this low-budget ensembler wears his American indie…
As the title character memorably told his good-girl-gone-bad sweetheart in John Waters' 1990 movie, "You got it, Allison. You got it raw."
Increasingly, Latin American producers are trying to reduce their reliance on European production coin, giving them greater independence and speeding up the assembling of finances. It's also a safety…
"American Dreams" creator Jonathan Prince has sealed a deal with branded entertainment firm Madison Road, setting up camp to develop TV programs. Under the multiyear pact, Prince will create…
Resolving a face-off that had been worthy of its own reality show, Mark Burnett and Madison Road Entertainment have dropped their dueling lawsuits and agreed to forge a new alliance. Under the new…
Former NBC and CBS exec Harold Brook has gone indie, joining with several other network and studio vets to launch a new business-affairs-for-hire shingle.