The true story of a missionary family living with cannibals in New Guinea, a TV mini chronicling the fateful flight of the Hindenburg, and a vampire movie are among 41 film and TV productions that…
Working Title has tapped Swedish helmer Tomas Alfredson to direct its adaptation of John Le Carre's classic spy tale "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy."
Pay TV content provider UKTV has signed a landmark deal giving it access for the first time to Channel 4 shows.
Stephan Courbit's Banijay Entertainment has optioned French TV adaptation rights for docu-reality format "21 dias" (21 Days), one of the biggest surprises in Spain's 2008/09 TV season.
Updated Towleroad reported this morning on a rift between the American Foundation for Equal Rights — the group headed by Chad Griffin that filed the federal suit challenging Prop 8 — and a coalition…
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.
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Errol Morris, director of "Fog of War," argued that Robert McNamara's life has to be viewed in the context of the times. In an essay in…
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.