Stuart Ford's IM Global is enjoying a bumper market, with the international sales company virtually selling out the Strause brothers' "Skyline" and James Wan's "Insidious."
Canana Films, the Mexican producer-distributor shingle of Pablo Cruz, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, is creating a genre distribution label, Tangente.
Fox International Productions is developing a Japanese-language version of its own library title "An Affair to Remember."
Filmax Intl. has pre-sold Eugenio Mira's "Agnosia" to Momentum for the U.K., Alliance for Canada and Square One Entertainment for Germany.
The team behind helmer Daniel Monzon's "Cell 211" have set up their next project.
It's business as usual for the film industry in Ukraine after the country's political shift to the East with the election of a Russophile new president, Viktor Yanukovych.
Stewart Till's Icon Entertainment Intl. has scored a slew of sales for Mel Gibson's "How I Spent My Summer Vacation."
The Australian government's decision to slash license fees for commercial free-to-air networks has come under attack, with pay TV org Astra (Australian Subscription Television and Radio Assn.)…
Festivals and film support orgs in the Czech Republic and its neighbor Slovakia are doing more than ever to foster local talent -- and make sure it doesn't stay local.
British industryites, including helmer Guy Ritchie, have been caught up in a probe into an alleged tax avoidance scheme involving finance company Ingenious Media.
It took the collapse of a government and the appointment of a man of culture to get the new Czech film incentive plan through a parliamentary vote.