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Senator and Universum's home entertainment deal, in place since 2006, has included indie hits “Intouchables” and “The King's Speech.” READ MORE
U.K. film startup Cascade Media Development picks "The Lady Who Went Too Far" as its first investment target. READ MORE
Overall sales for physical product fell, but video on demand continued strong growth in 2012. READ MORE
Original music from Oscar winner "The King’s Speech," "Drive" and "Looper" will be among the music available for third parties to license from Cutting Edge Film Scores. READ MORE
Oscar-winning "King's Speech" writer David Seidler will pen the script with Levinson, "Downton Abbey's" Gareth Neame, Jason Sosnoff and "Oz's" Tom Fontana exec producing the drama based on the book by Ron Chernow. READ MORE
It's been a six-year drought since a major studio has won. Now every single one has a serious contender prepared to go head-to-head with Harvey Weinstein and indie Hollywood. READ MORE
European movies earned just under $500 million outside of Europe in 2010, led by German-produced "Resident Evil: Afterlife." READ MORE
"The King's Speech" and "Black Swan" help boost art house revenue to $137 million in 2011. READ MORE
Gaga Theater will offer titles from the indie distributor's library, including Oscar-winners "The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire." READ MORE
The Protagonist Pictures CEO becomes Britain's film tsar -- responsible for the lottery fueled financing system that helped fund "The Iron Lady” and “The King’s Speech.” READ MORE
The HBO horseracing drama adds the two actors for its upcoming sophomore season. READ MORE
The apocalyptic drama starring Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kiefer Sutherland, wins 10 Robert awards. READ MORE
Top three movies “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2,” “The King’s Speech” and “The Inbetweeners” bring in the bucks; Inward investment also goes past the billion pound mark.
The royal drama will debut on Channel 4 in March 2013 following Momentum Pictures deal. READ MORE
The deal includes more than 800 titles, among them “The King’s Speech” and “The Ides of March.” READ MORE
Organization mounts search for its first director of film fund; Film London brings in industry heavyweights. READ MORE
The digital website has revealed its customers' top films of the year. READ MORE
"The Artist" and "The King's Speech" also among the winners. READ MORE
Colin Firth to challenge for best European actor plaudit in December this year. READ MORE
The French composer wrote the scores for "The King’s Speech," "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" and "The Tree of Life." READ MORE
The story of King George VI of Britain (Colin Firth), his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become worthy of it.
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