Two South Korean companies have resuscitated a plan to construct a $2.7 billion Universal Studios theme park in the country.
IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to Gaspar Noe's Cannes competition pic "Enter the Void."
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While New York and California struggle with budget problems, the outlook appears sunny for the film production incentive programs in both states.
StudioCanal and Abandon Pictures are in advanced talks to team up again for a remake of the 1975 romantic comedy "Le Sauvage."
Gaul's free-falling video market appeared to bottom-out last year, registering an increase in sales volume and steady earnings compared with 2008.
Fox International Productions will co-finance Korean helmer Na Hong-jin's "The Murderer" along with Korean mini-major Showbox.
V.K. Murthy will become the first cinematographer to receive India's highest film honor, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting announced Tuesday.
ITV Studios is expanding its international reach with the launch of a production house in Paris.
NBC Universal and noted Brit producer Denise O'Donoghue have parted company less than six months after O'Donoghue agreed to head up the studio's international TV production arm.
Chinese drama "Tuan yuan" (Apart Together), from 2007 Golden Bear winner Wang Quan'an, will open this year's Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 11.
The 2D version of "Avatar" is being pulled from more than 1,600 screens in China to make way for "Confucius," a patriotic, state-backed biopic of the philosopher, which will bow Friday.