The Bob Geldof-owned U.K. media combo Ten Alps, which specializes in high-end documentaries, has signed a three-year distribution deal with BBC Worldwide.
The U.K.'s royalties collection society for songwriters has negotiated a deal with YouTube that will allow the online video site to legally show artist videos, in return for payment to copyright…
Submissions applications are now being accepted for the 41st NAACP Image Awards. Eligible projects must have been distributed nationally between Jan 1, 2009 and Dec 31, 2009.
Irish shingle Parallel Pictures is bringing together the cream of Irish film talent for a brace of projects.
Producer Sonia Friedman has confirmed that Jez Butterworth's hit play "Jerusalem," which starred Mark Rylance in its Royal Court debut earlier this summer, will transfer to London's West End in…
Vice President Joseph Biden will help raise money for California Sen. Barbara Boxer's 2010 re-election bid at a Saturday luncheon on Sept. 12 at Ron Burkle's Green Acres estate in Beverly Hills…
Sony will merge Tokyo-based Sony Broadcast Media, which manages its investments in about 20 media companies, into the parent company on Nov. 1.
Nick Cassavetes has sued New Line for fraud and breach of contract after he was fired from directing the elephant orphanage drama "Peaceable Kingdom."
Kevin Costner is set to be honored with the Joseph Plateau career achievement award at the 36th Ghent Film Festival.
Helmer Sally Potter's film "Rage" will premiere not in theaters or on DVD but on cell phones and iPods.
The Weinstein Co. has picked up all North American rights, as well as all rights in a handful of foreign markets, to Tom Hooper's King George VI ("Bertie") biopic "The King's Speech."