Warner Bros. and DC Comics have won a favorable ruling in the suit filed by the heirs of "Superman" co-creator Jerome Siegel.
The Tribeca Film Festival has rescheduled the launch date of its first film festival in Doha, Qatar, to Oct. 29.
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Warner Bros. Pictures has optioned the U.S. remake rights for Argentinean comedy "A Boyfriend for My Wife."
Philip Jones, a fixture at the Mip and Mipcom sales marts and doyenne of international distribution, has died aged 65.
Metrodome Distribution has inked an exclusive deal with Palisades Tartan to represent the company's TV and VOD library in the U.K.
Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 TV has acquired free-to-air rights to drama "The Listener" and medical skein "Mental."
Michael Jackson's memorial service in Los Angeles captivated TV auds around Europe on Tuesday as millions tuned in at home and at public viewing events in major cities.
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…