LONDON — The surge in support for the U.K. Independence Party — demonstrated at the European Union election last week — may have major consequences for the British film and TV industry. UKIP, which…
The European Union's anti-trust authority has launched an investigation into pay TV deals done by Hollywood majors in Europe to determine whether their practice of licensing content on an exclusive…
By Elsa Keslassy PARIS— European industry players have gotten their happy ending: The European Commission has finally reupped film subsidies and preserved territorial obligations following 18 months…
ANNECY – The more things change, as they say in France… Twenty years after France fought a near-lone battle to preserve limitations on American pop culture, Gaul has done it again. During 13 hours of…
President Pranab Mukherjee is urging the film industry to provide positive values following rising reports of rapes of minors.
A petition that wants film and TV industries excluded from trade talks between the European Union and the U.S. — known as the "cultural exception" — has reached 5,000 names. It includes filmmakers…
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BRUSSELS — European governments are free to continue using public coin to woo Hollywood productions now that regulators have withdrawn a threat to cap the use of subsidies as bait. A complicated…
LONDON — Subscription services are driving revenue growth in film and television, which account for nearly 50% of total revenue for the creative industry in Europe, according to a report from global…
Reps will descend on bazaar to establish network of Mediterranean distribs
European film industryites can breathe easily again, at least for now: the European Union's exec body, the European Commission, has postponed its revision of the Cinema Communication regulations…