Greater regulation of Internet pay TV in France is in the cards following a ruling on exclusive content by national competition authority Conseil de la Concurrence.
Vertigo Films is producing what it claims will be the U.K.'s first 3-D horror pic, "Elfie Hopkins and the Gammons."
Radu Muntean ("Boogie," "The Paper Will Be Blue"), one of the leading lights of Romania's new wave, has drawn down Euros 250,000 ($350,000) from ad agency giants McCann Erickson and Optimedia to make…
"Approved for Adoption," one of the standout projects at Gallic film mart Paris Project, has been picked up for international distribution by Paris-based sales company Wide Management.
German media giant Bertelsmann said Wednesday it was joining forces with private equity firm KKR to create a global music rights management business by expanding its BMG Rights Management division.
The Korean box office made a record $375.7 million in the first half of 2009, according to a report by the Korean Film Council (Kofic).
Updated Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) spoke at the Staples center at Michael Jackson's memorial service, vowing to pass a resolution honoring the late singer. The Rev. Al Sharpton went a step…
The two-day sentencing hearing of former Broadway producer Garth Drabinsky and business partner Myron Gottlieb concluded Tuesday with another deferment.
Film distributors and exhibitors in Argentina have suspended the premieres of "Hannah Montana: The Movie" and other big releases set for Thursday as an outbreak of AH1N1 swine flu hits attendance…
Upcoming British laffer, "The Infidel," whose hero is a Muslim taxi driver who discovers he's Jewish, has been pre-sold to a number of territories, including the Middle East.
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. In a series of interviews spread across the major networks, Sarah Palin sought to recast her resignation as a humble act designed to save…