Helmer-producer Luc Besson is teaming up with advertising exec Christophe Lambert to launch Blue, Gaul's first shingle devoted to "advertainment" — a blend of entertainment and advertising.
The BFI Times London Film Festival is going digital.
Market research giant GfK forecasts that the retail value of Hong Kong's game software market will hit USD72 million in 2008.
Dwight Caines has been upped to prexy of worldwide digital marketing at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The Asia Pacific arm of Disney-ABC Intl. Television has inked a deal with Kiwi pubcaster TVNZ to provide its skeins on its fledgling online delivery service TVNZ Ondemand.
Film lovers have long awaited the arrival on DVD of Max Ophuls' exquisite "The Earrings of Madame De…," which no less an authority than Andrew Sarris repeatedly dubbed the greatest film of all time…
FremantleMedia North America has ramped up its Web programming acumen, hiring former Yahoo exec Howard Stein as senior VP of digital development.
Dailymotion, the Gallic version of YouTube, has signed an agreement with three unions of French rights holders.
In "The Force Unleashed," LucasArts reimagines the source of the Jedi Knights' energy as an ass-kicking destructive power that lets players take on every beast and baddie ever seen in a galaxy far…
The Australian Film, Television and Radio School will offer courses in game design and virtual worlds storytelling beginning in 2009.