Dutch conglom VNU Monday announced plans to buy box office and research firm ACNielsen Corp. for $2.3 billion.
Village Roadshow may have turned its back on exhibition in Germany, but it's on the march into the neighboring Czech Republic with plans to open three multiplexes within a year.
Erinn Bartlett ("The In Crowd"), Chad Donella ("Final Destination") and Jennifer Morrison ("Urban Legends: The Final Cut") will star in "100 Women" for writer-director Michael Davis. Dream…
Peter Antonijevic ("Savior") will direct "In God We Trust" for Emmett/Furla Films and Nittolo Entertainment. Project is slated to wrap prior to the anticipated writer and actor strikes.
It was the last of the film studios built under the Communist regime in Eastern Europe, boasting a water tank and the largest soundstage in the region.
Writers don't usually advertise they've been axed. Then there's Jeanette Winterson.
The country's largest facility and production house Norsk Film plans to spin off its production division, which will subsequently be put up for sale on July 1.
Beating out competition from bigger budget features, Edoardo Winspeare's modest production "Living Blood" was named best picture Sunday at Italy's 43rd Grolle d'Oro awards, with Tore Sansonetti and…
Controversy is raging in France over a government crackdown on the sale of U.S. imported DVDs that allow consumers to see movies before their theatrical release.
Danish pubcaster TV2/Denmark has added an $800,000 development fund for directors and producers to its current investment in feature film production.
Italian tradesters heaved a sigh of relief this weekend with the arrival of comic trio Aldo, Giovanni & Giacomo's latest feature, "Ask Me If I'm Happy," which gave the flagging national sector a…