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CW alum Jennie Snyder Urman has sold a trio of projects to the CW and Fox under her overall deal with CBS TV Studios. At the CW, Urman has set up “Cross” and “Jane The Virgin.” A period drama set in…
Walt Disney’s ABC has wrapped its upfront sales effort, according to a person familiar with the network, the last big broadcast outlet to do so in what has been perhaps the most protracted session…
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Cinedigm is expanding its documentary offerings, launching a multi-platform Docurama brand with a seven-week series of screenings of documentaries along with a new streaming service. The new brand…
Mark Rylance is set to play Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell in the BBC-HBO adaptation of Hilary Mantel's bestsellers "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the Bodies."
U.K. TV producing duo Greg Brenman and Roanna Benn have left Tiger Aspect to set up their own shingle, Drama Republic, and have inked a first-look distribution deal with BBC Worldwide.
Rufus Norris' debut "Broken" leads the race at the British Independent Film Awards with nine nominations, including film and director.
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The Toronto Intl. Film Festival has a longstanding affection for high-profile documentaries -- as evidenced last year, when Toronto opened with the world preem of Davis Guggenheim's U2 docu "From the…
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