That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Midterm candidates are ramping up their fund-raising in Los Angeles and Hollywood circles, activity that will only accelerate as the year goes on…
The 2010 soccer World Cup in South Africa will be the first significant testing ground for the spread of 3-D TV in soccer-crazed Europe.
Jeremy Brock and Andrea Calderwood, the writer and producer of "The Last King of Scotland" respectively, are reuniting to work with helmer Gabriel Range on his next feature.
The Berlinale's Generation children and youth sidebar has added three titles to this year's showcase, including a Tom Tykwer produced pic set in Kenya.
Spanish arthouse distrib Golem has picked up all rights to two Berlinale competish contenders, Zhang Yimou's "A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop" and Jasmilla Zbanic's "On the Path."
Gallic mini-major Bac Films has taken French rights to crime comedy "Borderline," the next production from Gaul's Quad Films.
Relativity Media's Rogue Pictures has picked up North American and U.K. rights to Sundance Film Fest docu "Catfish."
"The Daily Show" host drops in to "The O'Reilly Factor."
Global programming titan Endemol is looking to expand the amount of scripted U.S. fare in its international sales arsenal.
WE tv will launch in Hong Kong on PCCW's pay TV operator
Anchor Bay Films has acquired theatrical distribution rights for the U.S. and the U.K. to thriller "After.Life."