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Proving there is an upbeat sales life beyond the U.S. for select Sundance titles, "Hello I Must Be Going" has begun to roll out licensing deals outside the U.S.
Warner Bros. and Overbrook are still hoping to get a remake of "Uptown Saturday Night" off the ground, as the studio has hired Jeff Shakoor to write the script for the project which has been in…
So bombastic and old-fashioned that it flirts with self-parody, "Soar Into the Sun" reps South Korea's answer to "Top Gun."
Warm-hearted, sturdily crafted and a tad ponderous, "Material" is a Johannesburg-set study of a young Muslim store assistant caught between his conservative family and a calling in standup comedy.
Starz has hired former HBO veteran Dave Baldwin as executive VP of programming planning, assuming some of the responsibilities that will be vacated by departing exec Stephen Shelanski.
Life is anything but sweet on the set of OWN’s docuseries “Welcome to Sweetie Pies,” where conflict between the family at the center of the show impacted the production crew and left the future of…
Francis began his career as an agent for six years at Wilhelmina Artist Management, landing sponsorship deals for such clients as Usher, Martina McBride, Jimmy Johnson, and Tim McGraw, and…
Content Media has signed a deal for a new movie-TV-digital production and development company in partnership with Preferred Content.
Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has secured international rights to thriller "Let Me Survive," the latest film from producer-director Eduardo Rossoff ("The Debt").
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