China, Britain Ratify Co-Production Treaty
U.K. filmmakers hope the agreement will make it easier to export movies to China as co-productions are exempt from the country's foreign film quota.
Box-Office Picture Darkens Amid Focus on Tentpoles, Analyst Says
"Nearly identical film franchise strategies" at the studios risk "accelerating already-existing negative secular trends," warns Cowen's Doug Creutz who doesn't expect "significantly better" domestic performance this year.
'M:I5,' 'Exodus,' 'American Sniper' Help Morocco to Record Spending From Foreign Productions
The North African country saw a six-fold increase in international film spending during 2014 to $120 million.
Weakened BBC Would See "American Tastemakers" Dominate U.K., Chief Says
Tony Hall also says the U.K. public broadcaster should be a "British creative beacon to the world," promises a "myBBC revolution" and talks Apple and Netflix.
China Monthly Box Office Tops U.S. for First Time Ever
The Lunar New Year holiday led to the country's biggest box-office month with $650 million, making it the top film market in the world for February, according to research firm Entgroup.
ITV in Advanced Talks to Acquire 'The Voice' Producer Talpa
Dutch media entrepreneur John de Mol put the company on the auction block last year.
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A long-delayed idea from 'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan becomes a series — and CBS and a strong cast make it entertaining.
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One man realizes he is, indeed, the last man on Earth. He tries to have fun and keep hope alive.
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