Some e3.9 billion ($4.8 billion) was spent in Europe on acquiring finished TV programs and format licenses last year, according to a report from market research company Content Economics Research.
Clyde Phillips is ready to get back in the development fray. The former "Dexter" exec producer/showrunner has inked a two-year production and development deal with Lionsgate Television.
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NATPE's 18th Discop East, the Central and Eastern Europe's premier TV programming market, closed its doors Friday evening after three days of business at the Sofitel Hotel in Budapest that brought…
Nick Whitfield's debut "Skeletons" won the Michael Powell award for new British feature at the 64th Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival on Saturday.
Norman Rockwell is said to have once remarked, "If I hadn't become a painter, I would have liked to become a movie director." Professionally and personally he embraced Hollywood, its dazzle and…
Katarzyna Roslaniec's "Mall Girls" took the top Valencia Moon award at the 25th Cinema Jove film fest, Spain's main summer cinema event.
Russia is getting serious about co-productions, with changes in the way public money is channeled to filmmakers making international cooperation more attractive.
Here are some of the stories I covered over the past seven days: The Wall Street reform bill may rein in the big banks, but it's got just what the Hollywood studios wanted. The White House, led by…
Vice President Joseph Biden will be back in Los Angeles on July 9 for an entertainment-centric fund raiser for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) at the Bel Air home of Fox's Tom Rothman and his wife…
It looks as if box office futures trading will be stopped before it gets a chance to start.
The 22nd annual Galway Film Fleadh (Gaelic for "festival") has announced its line-up, with thesp Annette Bening, scribe Ronald Harwood and helmer Stephen Daldry among the guests.