Paris-based Pacha, the first sales company dedicated to Arab world content, has snapped up international rights to "My Brother the Devil" and "The Last Friday."
France's Canal Plus, BBC Worldwide and director-producer Sam Mendes ("Bond 23," "American Beauty") are teaming to produce TV series "Grand Hotel."
John Milius, co-creator and exec producer on HBO-BBC's "Rome," has signed on as showrunner on another historic blockbuster, ancient Egypt epic "Pharaoh."
Arab screen icon Omar Sharif is set to tackle William Shakespeare's "King Lear," in a feature adaptation that migrates the bard's classic tragedy to modern-day Egypt.
Saudi billionaire-media maven Prince Waleed's Rotana Studios and Gulf Film have inked a landmark output deal that could revolutionize the way Arabs films are marketed and distributed in the Middle…
Saudi billionaire maven Prince Waleed Bin Talal's Rotana Films is bringing the Arab world's very own kick-ass secret agent to the bigscreen.
Saudi prince Al Waleed bin Talal has tapped former StudioCanal managing director Frederic Sichler as president of Rotana Films, a division of media titan Rotana, one of the Arab world's largest…
Optimum Releasing, the U.K. distrib that was acquired last year by StudioCanal, has promoted several of its senior execs as it gears up for expansion.
Senior Canal Plus exec Olivier Courson is poised to take operational responsibility for Studio Canal and step down as parent company Canal Plus Group's general counsel.
Studio Canal's annual bash at the Carlton Monday night was a vast beauty salon as partygoers took turns to get their hair and faces fixed by an army of professional stylists.
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