Sky Deutschland's losses tripled in the third quarter to $132 million from $40 million a year ago
Members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have approved a new deal for videogame voice work, two weeks after SAG members rejected the same pact.
The drip. drip, drip of details from Sarah Palin's memoir "Going Rogue" has begun, a rollout that will reap a windfall for the Alaska governor and for all the outlets seeking any bit of information…
French Internet group Allocine has bought a 40% share in Russia's popular Kinopoisk movie info website.
Bavaria Pictures has inked a co-production deal with Mario Gianani's Offside to film Italo bestselling novel "The Solitude of Prime Numbers" by Paolo Giordano.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. rights to thriller "Harry Brown" starring Michael Caine and Emily Mortimer.
Marvel Studios has promoted president of physical production to the co-president of the studio.
The once cutting-edge, youth-skewed social-networking website Bebo, celebrated for its pioneering online content, is pinkslipping more than half of its U.K. staff and freezing original commissions.
Italy's turbulent terrorist past has caught up with local indie Lucky Red on the eve of its release of the country's first movie based on a convicted leftist guerrilla's memoir.
Seville-based General de Producciones y Diseno, one of Spain's top museum, events and exhibition designers, has entered feature film production, fully financing and producing Carlos Saura's…
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