RIO DE JANEIRO — Three-time Academy Award-nominated U.K. director Stephen Daldry ("Billy Elliot," "The Hours," "The Reader") will godfather "Streetkids United II – The Road to Rio." A chronicle of…
Uk Film Finance
On the heels of debuting Ron Howard’s “Rush” at the Toronto Film Festival, Exclusive Media has tapped Ron Hohauser as its chief financial officer. Hohauser has been serving as a consultant to…
LONDON — Anchor Bay Entertainment UK, the British arm of the Starz-owned, Beverly Hills-based distribution company, has inked a co-production pact with Jonathan Sothcott's London-based indie…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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"Rush," the high-octane car racing film about the public rivalry between legendary Formula One drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt during the 1970s, has all the markings of Tinseltown's latest flashy…
Since September, Spain has unleashed two of its three biggest movies ever: Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" with a $172.5 million gross worldwide and Andy Muschietti's Mama at $135.8 million…
Former EMI chairman and CEO Eric Luciano Nicoli is bowing an indie financing shingle with consumer marketing pro William Lewis, creative director John Stanley and financial services vet Dean…
Cannes topper Thierry Fremaux unveiled the final four films in next month's Official Selection on Friday.
Exclusive Media has reached a deal with Icon U.K. Group for Exclusive to represent Icon Entertainment international library of more than 200 titles including "What Women Want," "Project Nim," "Mean…
LONDON -- Trinity Film will handle U.K. distribution on helmer David Scheinmann's family drama "Believe," starring Brian Cox as Matt Busby, the iconic manager of the Manchester United soccer team.
The U.K. government will invest £6 million ($9.7 million) over two years in skills development for Blighty's creative industries, it was confirmed Wednesday.
The future of state funding in Russia for international co-productions is unclear after a major shake-up in state support for film was ordered by the Kremlin.