Media Rights Capital has committed to the next film by "District 9" writer-director Neill Blomkamp. The untitled sci-fier will begin production by the middle of next year.
Seven Network unveiled 7TWO, its digital terrestrial channel, on Friday -- the last of Australia's Big Three commercial webs to bow a second offering.
Mexican exhibitor Cinepolis has inked a three-year contract with the distribution arm of India's Mukta Arts' to supply pics for its upcoming rollout of multiplexes across the country.
The four-day Tokyo Project Gathering project market wrapped on Thursday with Izuru Kumasaka's family drama "Secrets on the Table" walking off with its top award.
Nokia, the world's largest maker of cell phones, is suing Apple in U.S. federal court, saying the iPhone uses patented wireless technologies.
"A Brand New Life," by Gaul-based Korean helmer Ounie Lecomte, took top honors at the Cinekid festival on Thursday.
The Canuck pubcaster has relaunched its all-news cable channel Newsworld as CBC News Network or CBC NN, a CNN-like network that will offer more breaking news than in the previous format.
This six-day event was defined by three elements: reliably fine films, incredible food and good, smart people to share both with.
The Volturi had "Twilight" fans in a tizzy at the Rome Film Festival for a 20-minute presentation of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," touted as the most extended sneak peek to date.
IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to Toronto Film Festival prizewinner "Cairo Time."
As expected, the FCC is taking an initial step toward provisions that will ensure the pipes are clear of interference. FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said that the goal is to ensure a "free and open…