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Daniel Battsek Exiting Cohen Media Group to Be New Boss at Film4

Battsek replaces David Kosse, who left the production arm of British network Channel 4 to run the new international arm of STX Entertainment.

David Kosse Leaving Film4 to Head STX’s New International Division

Kosse had been in the top role at the U.K. production house for less than two years.

Berlin: ‘Everest’ Director Baltasar Kormakur to Helm Thriller ‘The Oath’

The Film4-backed psychological thriller marks the Icelandic filmmaker's first stint in front of the camera in eight years and is being introduced to buyers in Berlin by XYZ Films.

‘In Bruges’ Director’s Next Project Gets Financing From Film4, Fox Searchlight

The U.K. banner behind 'Carol' has also teamed with 'The Inbetweeners' team on a two-year, four-film deal.

Oscars: U.K.’s Film4 Celebrates Record 15 Nominations

The banner, led by David Kosse, received nominations for six separate films, more than it had ever recorded in a single year in the past.

Mike Leigh Announces Next Feature

The 'Mr. Turner' director will next focus his attention on the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, which saw British cavalry attack a demonstration in Manchester.

U.K. TV Channels Planning Robin Williams Tribute Screenings

BBC One, Channel 4, Film4, Sky 1 and Sky Movies will air films starring the late actor in the coming days

‘Inbetweeners 2’ Scores U.K.’s Biggest Opening Day for Comedy

The film made $4.6 million to break the previous record set by the first movie in 2011 and looks likely to reach the biggest opening weekend for a comedy in British box-office history.

Cannes: Film4 Slate Features Jude Law, Michael Fassbender, Cate Blanchett Projects

U.K. broadcaster Channel 4's movie unit also has Ken Loach's "Jimmy's Hall" and Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner" in the festival's competition section.

Film4 Chief Tessa Ross to Step Down

The head of Channel 4's drama unit and film division leaves to oversee administration at Britain's National Theatre, alongside incoming artistic director Rufus Norris.

U.K.’s Film4 Teams With BFI for Scary Movies

The broadcaster will kick of a six-night special season of movies with Nicolas Cage starrer "Season of The Witch".

BAFTA-Winning TV Director Debbie Tucker Wraps First Movie

Her debut film, "Second Coming," stars Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba and is backed by Film4, the BFI and Sundance Institute.