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In a sign of the times for pay cable fare, film vet Amy Israel has joined Showtime as senior veep of original programming.
With three deals closed at the fest -- Spain (Alta), Argentina (Alfa) and Portugal (Alambique) -- Julie Delpy's dysfunctional family comedy "Skylab" proved a sales standout at the 59th San Sebastian…
France's Films Distribution has sold Julie Delpy's "Skylab" to Spain (Alta Films), Argentina (Alfa Films) and Portugal (Alambique).
Salim Ahamed's Malayalam-language feature "Adaminte makan Abu" (Adam's Son, Abu) has been chosen to be India's entry in the foreign-language film category of the Oscars.
CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory" was the No. 1 program on the first Thursday of the season, but the net's new drama "Person of Interest" fared just OK in its bow.
French producer Thomas Langmann has won his lawsuit against Pathe concerning the rights to Dany Boon's hit comedy "Nothing to Declare."
Kino Lorber has snapped up U.S. rights to "Elles," starring Juliette Binoche and newcomers Joanna Kulig and Anais Demoustier, following its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
LONDON -- Denmark has chosen "Superclasico" to be its entry in the foreign-language film category of the Oscars.
High-profile U.K. attorney Mark Lewis, who has pursued News Corp. over phone-hacking allegations, told the Associated Press on Friday that Gotham lawyer Norman Siegel, who represents several family…
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