Michael E. Rosenberg, president of eOne Films U.S., will leave the company effective October 31, 2013, to pursue other interests, it was announced Tuesday. Rosenberg worked many years building the…
Film And Music Entertainment
After Sony rejected its proposal to spinoff entertainment assets, Third Point late Monday issued a statement that they intend to “explore further options to create value for shareholders.” But the…
Music publishing and rights management company Ole has acquired worldwide publishing rights to a glut of film and TV music from Sony Pictures Entertainment, the two companies announced July 2…
Feature projects by some of the world’s leading auteurs, including Nanni Moretti, the Dardenne brothers, Abel Ferrara and Volker Schlondorff, are among 34 co-productions to share Euros 10.3 million…
Kickstarter has leveled the playing field for artists in need of funding. But the influx of pros like Zach Braff has many wondering how crowdfunding will be transformed by showbiz (and vice versa).
Universal Music Group has entered a multi-year, worldwide partnership with Jay-Z's company Roc Nation, under which the firm's eponymous label will operate as a standalone unit within UMG.
Incentives, treaties, soft money and straight grants help producers raise money, ink pacts
Matthew Macfadyen and MyAnna Buring are reteaming in Ben Hopkins' black comedy "Epic," set to lense from mid-January in Georgia.
After portraying Rembrandt in "Nightwatching," scribe-helmer Peter Greenaway continues his exploration of Dutch masters to vivid and theatrical effect in "Goltzius and the Pelican Company."
Billed as the first pan-Yugoslav feature (minus Bosnia) since the country's break-up, "The Parade" sees itself as a genial satire, but Srdjan Dragojevic's tired and tiresome caricatures are just…
British director Dominic Murphy is set to helm "Cassandra at the Wedding," his follow-up to debut feature "White Lightnin'," which bowed last year at Sundance.