CANNES -- Mia Wasikowska is set to star in Australian-set pic ''Tracks,'' produced by ''The King's Speech'' duo Emile Sherman and Iain Canning.
U.K. video-on-demand service SeeSaw has been acquired by a consortium of investors led by Criterion Media Group, a division of L.A. bank Criterion Capital Partners which owns social network Bebo.com.
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A new Jane Campion TV series is among the projects Aussie-Brit shingle See-Saw Films, the outfit behind buzz title "The King's Speech," is unveiling at the Toronto Film Festival.
Brit artist-turned-helmer Steve McQueen is reuniting with thesp Michael Fassbender for his second directorial effort, "Shame," which sales company HanWay Films will introduce to buyers at the Toronto…
Joint Dendy Films toppers Andrew Mackie and Richard Payten have ankled to set up Transmission, an independent shingle aligned with Paramount Pictures Australia and New Zealand and geared to…
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