French TV production and distribution powerhouse Marathon is developing a sequel to thriller miniseries "Dolmen," which scored record ratings for TF1 in 2005.
The Abu Dhabi Film Commission, in partnership with Imagenation Abu Dhabi, has opened registration for film financing confab The Circle.
U.S. helmer David Lee Miller's incisive teen dramedy "My Suicide" was the big winner at Italy's 39th Giffoni Film Festival, the unique children's event with 1,500 kids from 40 countries as jurors.
Mexican TV giant Televisa has pre-bought Mexican rights to Spanish TV movie "La Piel azul" (The Blue Skin), helmed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego, one of the leading lights in Spain's new genre wave.
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Paradox Entertainment, which is developing a reboot of the "Conan the Barbarian" film franchise, has inked a deal with Dark Horse Comics to publish books based on its slate of films in development.
American Original has assembled a lineup of established comics to produce the graphic novel series "Comedy Death Ray."
Spirit Pictures is looking to breathe new life into King Kong.