The Indian government approved plans Thursday to revive the loss-making National Film Development Corporation.
"Perrier's Bounty," from Irish helmer Ian Fitzgibbon, will open the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival Sept. 30 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood.
Domestic indies are back in the acquisitions saddle as companies find their footing during a difficult time for the specialty biz.
Magnet Releasing has set its sights on "I Saw the Devil," snagging North American rights to Ji-Woon Kim's serial killer thriller which screened at the Toronto Film Fest.
The Spanish premiere of Starz mini-series "Pillars of the Earth" aired Tuesday on weblet Cuatro, drawing one of the highest auds ever for a foreign drama in Spain.
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Blighty's culture minister Ed Vaizey announced that regional screen agencies and British Film Commission activities would be safe as the government maps out a blueprint for administering U.K. lottery…
Austria has opened its $26 million film fund, making it the latest European country to introduce a national incentive to support and encourage local and international production.
IFC Films has snapped up U.S. distribution rights to Werner Herzog's 3D docu "Cave of Forgotten Dreams."
Paramount Home Entertainment Intl. will distribute all Universal Pictures Intl. Entertainment DVD and Blu-ray releases in Spain.