The 36th Ghent Film Festival, a showcase for film music, will open Oct. 6 with Felix van Groeningen's "The Misfortunates," Belgium's submission in the foreign-language film Oscar race.
The BBC will beef up its investment in children's shows by at least £25 million ($41 million) over the next three years.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Luca Guadagnino's "I Am Love."
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Tom Tykwer is set to make his first German-language feature in nearly a decade with "Drei" (Three), a Berlin-set comedy-drama centered on a love triangle.
French thesp Jean Dujardin, star of the hit comedy franchise "OSS 177," is to topline Bertrand Blier's dark comedy "Le Bruit des Glacons" (The Sound of Ice Cubes).
Court records show guitarist Joe Satriani and Coldplay have reached an agreement that ends a copyright infringement lawsuit filed over the band's smash hit "Viva la Vida."
U.K. commercial net ITV has unexpectedly appointed a head of acquisitions, having previously said the post would remain vacant.
Iraqi filmmaker Mohamed Al-Daradji's "In the Sands of Babylon" swept all the kudos at San Sebastian's Cinema in Motion showcase on Monday.