Gallic mini-major Rezo has taken France and all international rights outside Canada on "Love, Imagined," the second film from Canada's Xavier Dolan.
Politico is reporting that former Texas Democratic Representative Charlie Wilson has died at the age of 76. Wilson's attempts to arm the Afghan Mujahadeen in their fight against the Soviets became…
Ensuring an orderly transition of power at the world's biggest music company, Lucian Grainge has been promoted to chief executive officer of Vivendi's Universal Music Group, succeeding Doug Morris.
Abu Dhabi's Imagenation and producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have optioned the rights to Richard Matheson's novel "Earthbound."
Spider-Man is the latest tentpole to get the 3D treatment.
Arab screen icon Omar Sharif is set to tackle William Shakespeare's "King Lear," in a feature adaptation that migrates the bard's classic tragedy to modern-day Egypt.
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FilmSharks Intl., a leading sales company in Latin America, is extending sales in the U.S.
The early life of Danish author Karen Blixen is being turned into a Danish film.
Berlin competition title "Jew Suss: Rise and Fall" has been acquired by Gaul's UGC Distribution, Canada's E1 Entertainment and Australia's Vendetta Films.
Berlin Forum entry "The Mouth of the Wolf" will preem on the Internet in Italy before going out theatrically.