Argentine cinema will be the focus of the Zurich Film Festival's international showcase this year.
The Nordic Film and TV Fund is to offer coin to distribs from outside the Nordic region -- which covers Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland -- to help fund the release of Nordic pics.
Lionsgate has grabbed U.S. and Canadian rights to Matthew Vaughn's action-comedy "Kick-Ass."
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Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu has been named competition jury president of the Tokyo Film Festival.
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Digital distribution offers mixed blessings for indie filmmakers in South-East Europe, an industry panel discussion at the Sarajevo Film Festival heard Monday.
The ambitious Sky Arts web has nabbed U.K. rights to HBO psychotherapy drama "In Treatment."
U.K. cabler Virgin Media has poached seasoned Disney topper Cindy Rose.
Univision is putting its next generation of leadership in place.
With a title like "Cougar Town," a marketer could go nuts with double entendres and risque inferences in the promo campaign for the show.