Paradise FX, Post Republic and Vertigo Films have come together to launch what they claim is Europe's first one-stop shop for 3D production.
Having struck gold with India-set "Slumdog Millionaire," Pathe execs are turning their attention to another part of the developing world with new project "Africa United."
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The pressure on the BBC to sell off part of commercial arm BBC Worldwide has moved up another notch as an influential report called for Worldwide's part-privatization.
Ad-free since Jan. 1, Spanish pubcaster TVE has gone on a ratings rampage.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Politico launches a new video series today, Inside Obama's Washington, that starts with Mike Allen's interview with Treasury Secretary Timothy…
Gaul's International Festival of Audiovisual Programs has attracted 66 programs from 30 countries to its 23rd edition, which kicks off Tuesday in Biarritz.
John Malone's Liberty Global has agreed to sell its 37.8% stake in Japan's largest cabler, Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM), to telco KDDI for more than $4 billion.
Helmer Giuseppe Tornatore has been recruited to head the Rome Film Festival jury.
Helmer Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury's Bengali-language "Antaheen" bagged the top film award at the Indian National Film Awards Saturday.
Debmar-Mercury is giving attendees of NATPE something to talk about as the confab kicks off Monday in Las Vegas.
Actor and environmental activist Ed Begley, Jr. discussed a wide range of issues at the Go Green Expo this past Saturday. The all-weekend event at the Los Angeles Convention Center featured the…
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