U.K. shingle CrossDay Productions is set to ramp up its development slate after selling a quarter of its equity to non-film biz company HNWI.
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Sony Pictures Television has upped Kate Marsh to senior vice president, broadcast and channel development, within the company's networks division.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has distributed a total of $500,000 in grants.
Underlying the latest twist in the case is a date not too far off in the future: 2013.
Variety has won a victory in court.
Summit hosted by the youth service org City Year and the Entertainment Industry Foundation.
A documentary and two women directors pepper its lineup,
The Japan Academy of Moving Image, a film school founded by helmer Shohei Imamura, is set to launch Nihon Eiga Daigaku (Japan Film U.) -- the country's first college devoted to film studies.
Lionsgate U.K. has picked up rights to David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" and Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut "Coriolanus."
Mexican Film Institute IMCINE held a brunch at Cannes' Palm Square restaurant to promote the country's three-pronged effort to make Mexico a more competitive film producing destination.
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