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Woody Allen Looks to Shoot Next Film in Spain in July

Woody Allen has tapped Barcelona-based producer Mediapro, his partner on 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona,' 'Midnight in Paris' and 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger' for his next project, which is readying a shoot in Spain's Basque Country this summer.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in July

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from the streaming service this month.

Fear Not, France: Somehow, Woody Allen’s Amazon Show Will Make It to You

While Amazon Prime Instant Video isn't available in the country, Amazon Studios vp Roy Price tells THR his fans there needn't worry.

London Film Fest: Sony Pictures Classics’ Michael Barker Talks Day-and-Date Releases, Patience

Kicking off the Film London Production Finance Market, the co-president also discusses a possible return of big studios to lower-budget fare and the importance of casting.

Sony Pictures Wins ‘Midnight in Paris’ Lawsuit Over Faulkner Quote (Exclusive)

The use of a nine-word quote from a 220-page novel in a feature film doesn't equate to copyright infringement.

German Independent Distributors Launch Lobby Group to Protest TV Cuts

German public broadcasters have slashed their acquisition budgets for German and independent films.

Sony Pictures Asks Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Over Faulkner Quote in ‘Midnight in Paris’

The use of a nine-word quote from a 220-page novel in a feature film presents a classic case of "fair use," argues the studio that distributed the movie that earned Woody Allen an Oscar for best original screenplay.

Hollywood’s IP Wars: Inside the Fight Over Trademarks

Budweiser's mad about "Flight," Faulkner's estate is suing Sony: Trademark overload is reshaping how brands appear onscreen -- and how showbiz protects its assets.

Sony Sued Over William Faulkner Quote in ‘Midnight in Paris’

The lawsuit claims a line spoken by actor Owen Wilson in the Woody Allen film infringes on the author's literary rights; a spokesman for Sony calls the complaint frivolous.

Cate Blanchett Wears Chanel in Woody Allen’s Newest Untitled Film

The actress' costumes have been compared to Diane Keaton's "Annie Hall" menswear look.

Paris and Hollywood’s Century-Long Love Affair Focus of New City Hall Exhibition

“Paris Seen by Hollywood” kicks off in Sept. at the City's Hotel de Ville featuring clips, on-set footage, photos, set décor and posters from films like "Funny Face," "An American in Paris" and "Midnight in Paris."

Cannes 2012: Canal Plus to Storm The Festival With Gossip, LMFAO and Exclusive Content

The French pay TV network will air 350 hours of festival-related content and employ 500 people for the event that will be streamed live through the Cannes+ website.