"The Mall," S.L. Grey's horror-satire, and Lissa Evans' magical children's tale "Small Change for Stuart" are among 10 novels to be showcased at this year's Books at Berlinale event.
In a double whammy, Imagina Intl. Sales, Spain's foremost TV and cinema sales company, has acquired international rights to both the country's highest-rating rookie TV series "The Boat" and its…
Felix Riera, a TV producer and academic, has been tapped as director of the Catalan Institute for Cultural Industries (ICIC), the governmental film board of Catalonia, one of Europe's most active…
Teen film "Sebbe" won best picture at Sweden's Golden Bug film awards in Stockholm late Monday.
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The Weinstein Co's "The King's Speech" leads the race for the 83rd Academy Awards with 12 nominations, including best picture.
Pakistan's Central Board of Film Censors has banned British-Pakistani helmer Hammad Khan's "Slackistan."
Greg Coote has been tapped chairman and director of RGM Media, a Singapore-based management and production company.
With a legal dispute under way over the rights to produce the Golden Globes, the glacial pace of the judicial process has raised a pressing question: Just how will the 2012 show go on?
The push to merge Hollywood performer unions is heating up, with the American Federation of Televison & Radio Artists giving president Roberta Reardon a $42,000 stipend for the year to promote the…
Italian screenwriter Tonino Guerra, who has credits on more than 100 screenplays, has been named the recipient of the Writers Guild of America West's Jean Renoir Award for Screenwriting Achievement.