eOne has acquired Alliance Films for C$225 million ($229 million) in a deal that with make eOne the largest independent film distributor in the U.K. and Canada, it was announced Friday.
Michael Mayer's "Out in the Dark" has been acquired for U.S. distribution by Breaking Glass.
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The Event Cinema Assn., a new industry trade body to support and promote the developing market for alternative content programming in U.K. and European cinemas, launched today in London.
VENICE -- For better and for worse, a less-is-more philosophy seemed to govern this year's dramatically reshaped Venice Film Festival.
LONDON -- "A Chorus Line" will receive its first London revival since the original production, opening in February at the London Palladium on the West End.
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