Dark thriller "Terribly Happy" has been tapped as Denmark's hope for a nomination in Oscar's foreign language category.
A big-budgeted TV event movie about the doomed flight of the Hindenburg is taking flight in Germany with an international cast that includes Stacy Keach, Greta Scacchi and Lauren Lee Smith ("CSI").
New York-based venture capital fund GC Corp. has entered Europe's film market, taking a 25% stake in Barcelona production house Zip Films.
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French toon production shingle Tele Images Kids has inked a deal with San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker to develop "Basketball Adventures," an animated basketball series using his image.
Two Uruguayan filmmakers, Federico Veiroj and thesp-turned-helmer Daniel Hendler, shared top kudos at San Sebastian Film Festival's 16th Films in Progress showcase of rough-cut Latin American pics.
Platinum Studios has joined forces with producer Tony Krantz to develop a live-action feature from Platinum Studios graphic novel "Mal Chance," with Scott Murphy to adapt.
Speculation about the Disney power pyramid has brought up this over-riding question: Is the job of "studio chief" an anachronism?
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles will honor Robert De Niro with its Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award.
NBC Universal's newly remodeled femme-centric Web presence iVillage is getting a new head of ad sales: Joe Lagani, formerly of Glam Media.
Twenty-year-old Montreal writer-director Xavier Dolan's first film, "I Killed My Mother," is Canada's submission for consideration in Oscar's foreign-language film category.