With Videovision Entertainment backing with some of South Africa's biggest independent films, such as Oscar-nominated "Yesterday," it's only fitting that they are involved with the Durban Film…
PARIS — Bolstered by its powerful slate of English-language movies and TV series, EuropaCorp — topped by founder Luc Besson and CEO Christophe Lambert — posted a record €19.6 million ($25.5…
CBS has pulled its summer news documentary series "Brooklyn DA" off Tuesday nights, shipping it to Saturday after three low-rated episodes. In its place, the net will air repeats of "Person of…
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The Intl. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced tonight the winners of the Intl. Digital Emmy Awards at a ceremony at MipTV in Cannes, organized in partnership with Reed Midem and sponsored…
"Taken 2" helmer Olivier Megaton is to direct action-dramedy series "Brooklyn South" for Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Television, it was announced at MipTV on Monday.
BERLIN — NBC has acquired Tandem Communications and Ed Bernero’s crime series "Crossing Lines." Set in exotic locations around Europe, "Crossing Lines" follows a disgraced New York cop, played by…
Comedy Central has created its own digital studio to help ensure that its online offerings aren't given short shrift during the development process.
TNT has ordered a pilot of scripted drama "Murder in the First" from creators Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal.
Gotham-based legit website Theatermania has acquired U.K. site Whatsonstage in a bid to exploit growth potential in the theater industry's frequent trans-Atlantic traffic.
Gallic commercial network TF1 has boarded "Brooklyn South," a New York-set dramedy produced by Luc Besson's EuropaCorp TV.
As a kid growing up in a tough working-class area of Brooklyn, Chris Rock hung out at the Bushwick Salvation Army Community Center.