Gillian Anderson is set to star in "Helen," the first English-language film from German writer-director Sandra Nettelbeck.
From the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theater to the Donmar Warehouse and soon again at the Old Vic, Sam Mendes has always been the golden boy of the U.K. legit scene.
As 12,000 international TV execs traipse to the French Riviera for the 44th Mip TV sales bazaar, the mood on the Cannes Croisette is likely to be heady.
Consolidation is the name of the game in Europe, most notably in the two biggest TV markets -- the U.K. and Germany. Key players such as behemoth RTL are eyeing opportunities. In the U.K., the…
There are few things the Brits can teach the U.S. about the TV biz, but when it comes to global formats, Blighty's dominance puts the Yanks to shame.
On-the-go entertainment has most TV executives thinking about shorter-length and smaller-screen programming, but documentary producers seem determined to rebel against the trend.
A cell phone with an HD screen that tricks your brain into thinking it's watching a 48-inch letterbox plasma TV. Cell phones with rollout screens. A broadcast network devoted entirely to mobile…
Fiction is flourishing on French TV, with U.S. shows and local drama slugging it out in an increasingly close contest. While TF1-aired "CSI: New York," broke records for U.S. fare (one episode drew…
Sweeping changes are raising the temperature across British webs as new execs attempt to prepare their companies for the digital age.
Hollywood series continue to impact German television, but with serialized U.S. content struggling to satisfy Teutonic TV habits, webs are looking for alternatives.
Though "House" and "Grey's Anatomy" are going strong in Italy, it's local fiction that continues to consistently grab auds. Terrestrial players like RAI and Mediaset won't be in hot pursuit of the…