Pascual Condito's Primer Plano is firing up domestic distribution, taking Argentine theatrical and DVD rights to Daniel Burman's "Dos hermanos."
Jacques-Remy Girerd's "Mia and the Migoo," Tomm Moore's "The Secret of Kells" and Kari Juusonen and Michael Hegner's "Niko and the Way to the Stars" have been nominated for the European Film…
Paramount Pictures International and U.K. distrib Momentum Pictures have inked a six picture distribution deal that will see Par execs handling the nuts and bolts of releasing Momentum's slate…
Sparkler Entertainment ("National Treasure") and CJ Entertainment are developing an English-language remake of 2006 Korean gangster pic "A Dirty Carnival."
Chinese auds can gear up for a flurry of swirling robes and fists of fury as Jackie Chan, Andy Lau and Nicholas Tse assume a kung fu stance alongside mainland Chinese star Fan Bingbing in the $29…
The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's 24th Gemini Awards bestowed 87 trophies for smallscreen achievement at four industry galas held on Monday and Tuesday night.
The mantra of cash-strapped congloms is to find new revenue streams. And for many studios, one answer is right in their own backyards.
The unexpected opening in Spain for Alejandro Amenabar's ancient historical epic "Agora" has resparked interest in the pic in the U.S. and elsewhere.
"The Lion King" gets a Singapore outpost next year, when the Rialto longrunner begins perfs at the yet-to-open resort Marina Bay Sands.
The European preem of "Ruined" is on tap for the spring 2010 lineup at London's Almeida Theater; a new legit adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's "Through a Glass Darkly" is also in line.
The Screen Actors Guild is heralding new state legislation aimed at protecting kid actors from scams, such as payment of advance fees for getting jobs and representation.