Fox Intl. Channels have launched seven new channels in India.
Zurich-based Millbrook Pictures has boarded David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method," starring Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender.
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MPCA has nabbed U.S. remake rights to the Japanese film "Departures," the surprise foreign-language winner of the 2008 Academy Awards.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Second VP William M. Brady to chair its network staff negotiating committee -- the fourth time he's done so.
Homeland Security has come to Hollywood's rescue.
BBC Films, the pubcaster's feature filmmaking arm, is making high-brow entertainment channel BBC2 the new home for its output.
Spanish feature "Yo, tambien" (Me Too) took top prize at the Brussels European Film Festival, which wrapped Wednesday night.
The crackdown on the online piracy of movies and TV shows has begun in earnest.
John de Mol, the maverick founder of global entertainment giant Endemol, is the latest name to emerge as a bidder for U.K. broadcaster, Five, recently put up for sale by pan-European broadcast group…
Posting has been light this week as I've been in Minneapolis for an extended Fourth of July weekend — my favorite way to spend the holiday.
"Wanted" director Timur Bekmambetov is in talks with Universal about an English-lingo remake of hit Russian sci-fi thriller "Black Lightning," which he co-produced with U.