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Film Movement has acquired coming-of-age comedy "1981" for a limited theatrical run this summer along with video-on-demand release.
Talent shop Amuse, whose roster includes some of the biggest names in the local biz, has announced its first-ever 3D show, which will also be the first-ever live 3D broadcast on Japanese TV.
Marion Cotillard and Rachel McAdams are in final negotiations to star in Woody Allen's untitled pic that rolls this summer in Paris.
Following a dire 2009, the U.K. TV advertising market is heading for a "robust recovery" this year, with local terrestrial giant ITV set for some impressive gains in the first half of 2010.
Firming up its role as one of Europe's leading toon providers to the U.S. TV market, Paris-based shingle Marathon Media has closed a raft of sales with Cartoon Network in the States.
Italian prime minister and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi has emerged victorious at key regional elections that critics charge were marred by a ban on political TV talkshows.
German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and the territory's leading producer-distrib Constantin Film have extended their licensing pact through 2011.
Britain's twin music festivals, Reading and Leeds, have booked a strong North American lineup for this year's events by confirming Guns N' Roses, Blink 182 and Arcade Fire as headliners.
International film sales and financing group Intandem Films has restructured its finances to repay loans and fund expansion.