Gallic shingle Java Films' "Babies Made in India" topped the list of most-watched docus at the 15th TV France Intl. Rendez-Vous, which wrapped Thursday in Biarritz.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. A first look at "The Lost Symbol," Dan Brown's highly anticipated, D.C. based followup to "The Da Vinci Code," appears in the New York Times today…
Joe Dante's family horror film "The Hole" is the winner of the Venice Film Festival's first Premio Persol to a 3-D feature deemed the most creative among those produced globally between September…
Only Hearts has acquired Japanese rights to Mexican B.O. smash hit and Academy Award contender "Arrancame la vida" (Tear This Heart Out), which opens Japan's Latin Beat Film Festival in Tokyo this…
Blighty may have passed, but German web RTL2 has renewed its license for a 10th season of "Big Brother" from Endemol Germany.
The BBC is mulling the part-privatization of its profitable commercial arm, BBC Worldwide.
The Dinard British Film Festival will commemorate its 20th anniversary by featuring a throng of British hopefuls.
Abu Dhabi film commissioner David Shepheard has unveiled some of the keynote speakers set to attend the emirate's film-financing confab, the Circle, in October.
"The Messenger" by first-time director Oren Moverman picked up top honors at the Deauville American Film Festival Sunday night, taking the fest's grand prize and international critics' award.
Helmer-thesp Takeshi Kitano's next pic will return to the gang genre that brought him international recognition.
CBS has cut a deal to launch six Eye-branded channels in the U.K., marking the company's first such deal outside the U.S.