A 60-strong delegation of Hong Kong's top filmmakers visited Beijing this week to announce a promotion plan and bow a raft of projects.
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A BBC online laffer will transfer to one of the pubcaster's main TV channels for the first time.
The ITV gameshow "Color of Money," which failed to live up to its hype as a successor to "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" in the U.K., is to be revived for audiences in Italy.
FilmSharks Intl., one of Latin America's biggest and most active sales companies, is moving quickly into the U.S. movie business.
The Melbourne Film Festival has dismissed a demand by the Chinese government that it scuttle screenings of a documentary about ethnic minorities in China.
Blighty's ITV Global Entertainment has launched its general entertainment channel for Asia, Granada TV, on the SingTel mio TV platform in Singapore.
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Luc Roeg's London-based Independent Film Co. has tapped "The Tudors" creator Michael Hirst to adapt Bernard Cornwell's bestseller "Agincourt."