Planeta 2010, the aggressive startup film and TV arm of Spanish publisher Planeta, has closed an output deal for German pubcaster ZDF's library.
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Universal Pictures has appointed Randy Greenberg senior VP, international marketing and distribution. Greenberg, a 12-year international marketing vet, will take up his newly created post April 2…
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Ster Century, the European trading brand of South African cinema operator Ster Kinekor, will open its first multi in Spain, a 12-screen, 3,000-seat plex, on April 20.
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