Former Handmade Films Intl. execs Guy Collins, Michael Ryan and Fred Hedman are in talks with helmer Paul McGuigan to turn John McKenzie's 1980 movie "The Long Good Friday" into a TV series through…
Gallic pay TV giant Canal Plus Group has caused consternation in the local TV biz by announcing it will bow its first free-to-air digital terrestrial TV channel in November.
Canada's main film and TV biz unions are locked in a battle to force Internet service providers to contribute to local production.
As Film London, the U.K. capital's film and media agency, gears up to take on the shuttered U.K. Film Council's role of encouraging investment in the British film biz, it has unveiled a new strategy…
China's top propaganda filmmakers have finished shooting the epic "The Founding of a Party" to mark this year's 90th anniversary of the Communist Party's foundation and the pic will be released on…
Chinese public holidays have become key dates in the booming biz's annual calender, and a total of 14 films will be released in China for the Qingming Grave Sweeping festival, which starts this week.
Chinese multi-hyphenate Jiang Wen is preparing a sequel to "Let the Bullets Fly" and the former bad boy of Chinese cinema is in talks to reunite with Chow Yun-fat and Ge You for the second part of…
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Moving Pictures Film and Television signed a series of sales for its slate of pics at this month's Hong Kong Filmart, including additional sales on its dark comedy "Miss Nobody" and the horror/sci-fi…
Chinese shingle Xi'an Qujiang Film TV Investment Co. has signed up helmer Antoine Fuqua to direct a $30.5 million movie about the legendary concubine Yang Guifei, one of the Four Beauties of ancient…
Expanding its overseas footprint, Imax announced on Wednesday it has signed an installation agreement with PVR Cinemas, India's leading cinema brand and operator.