Sony has acquired domestic and many international rights to David Ayer's World War II actioner "Fury" with Brad Pitt starring.
There's a wide field of players with no shortage of innovative — but often flawed — strategies. Here's how they stack up.
Ever the nonconformist, Mark Cuban opened the NATPE confab by extolling the virtues of old-fashioned live TV, questioning the long-term viability of over-the-top services and defending cable's…
Global over-the-top TV -- broadband delivery of audio and video untethered to multichannel video program distributors -- will surge over the next five years, according to a report from U.K.-based…
Walmart-owned streaming video service Vudu has plans for an aggressive international expansion, according to sources, which could spell trouble for Netflix and other competitors.
Execs at cable MSOs and satellite operators are looking over their shoulders at a worrisome trend: A small but growing number of subscribers are cutting their expensive links to multichannel content…
After his 2006 CalArts graduate thesis film "Analog Days" played festivals, Ott "wasted two years meeting with producer types who are never really going to make a movie," he recalls.
BERLIN -- Local filmmakers Oskar Roehler and Peter Ott are gearing up for two ambitious projects, with the former prepping a multigenerational tale spanning four decades and the latter set to shoot…
Michael and Rainer Koelmel may end up with the assets of their bankrupt Kinowelt Medien film group after a German bank confirmed it was standing by the brothers despite run-ins with the law.