Eros International Media Limited, the Indian subsidiary of Bollywood distributor and financier Eros International, has unveiled a slate of 50 movies for production in 2017-18. The expansion of its…
Trinity Pictures, the film production arm of India's distribution giant Eros International, has struck a deal to co-produce two franchise movies with Chinese partners. Both films will shoot in the…
Bollywood distributor Eros Intl. is to give a 150-screen release in South Korea to its 2012 comedy "English Vinglish." The self-distribution move points to a growing penetration of international, and…
HBO Asia and Eros Intl. Media are joining forces to produce two ad-free premium channels, HBO Defined and HBO Hits, on direct-to-home TV operators Dish TV and Airtel Digital TV in India. Carriage…
Endemol India and producer Eros Intl. announced Tuesday an alliance to co-produce three features as well as original TV programming.
Singapore-based HBO Asia and India's Eros International are teaming up to launch two new ad-free movie channels in India, HBO DEFINED and HBO HITS, the companies said at the Asian Television Forum in…
Indian film company Eros Intl. has teamed with Ocher Studios to produce "Rana," which will topline Tamil star Rajnikanth.
Bollywood producer Eros Intl. announced Friday the signing of a licensing deal for exclusive broadcast of several new and catalog titles on Zee Entertainment's global television network.
A handful of South Korean helmers riff on love in its varying forms.
Lionsgate and Eros Intl., the leading distributor of Indian movies, have set up a joint venture spanning distribution and production in India and North America.
Bollywood distrib Eros Intl. has pacted with Joost to stream for free more than 200 pics and 600 musicvids from its library on the Internet TV service.
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