The Weinstein Co. is launching Unstable Fables, direct-to-video, CG-animated features co-produced by the Jim Henson Co., Flame Ventures and Prana Studios, the company said Saturday.
If intellectual property rights are not protected and technology embraced by the film industry, piracy and counterfeiting will "copy us out of business," predicted MPAA prexy Dan Glickman.
Singapore-based music distributor Soundbuzz has launched a full song and video download service in India with the country's largest mobile phone company Airtel.
Discovery Communications has inked with Apple to offer a selection of its channels' content on iTunes.
Discovery Communications, which has created such brands as TLC and Animal Planet, has another on the drawing boards called Turbo.
After John Malone's Liberty Media said it would acquire IDT Entertainment in a deal worth more than $200 million this week, IDT unveiled in Cannes plans for a $40 million budgeted toon tale…
Sony Pictures isn't the only division of its parent conglom banking on "The Da Vinci Code" this weekend: Sony Electronics is looking to it as the first test of its digital cinema strategy.
The print media need iTunes, too. That's the message -- not to mention the hope and the fear -- permeating the book biz as it kicked off its annual BookExpo America confab in Washington, D.C., on…
The U.K.'s top annual TV gabfest, the Edinburgh Television Festival, will host master classes from BBC natural history broadcaster David Attenborough and from "South Park" creators Trey Parker and…
Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to Dream Entertainment and Bleiberg Entertainment's claymation feature "Disaster!," featuring rock group Motley Crue.
China, human rights and films for mobile phones will come under the spotlight at the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, which runs Sept. 21 to Oct. 5. Over the last few years, the Rio fest has run…