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Toronto: South Korean Thriller ‘The Witch’ Sells to Multiple Territories

South Korean sales banner Finecut announced a flurry of deals for 'The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion' over the weekend. The Fantasia Film Fest title sold to Japan, Hong Kong and other Asian…

Well Go USA Picks Up Warner Bros. Korea’s ‘Champion’ for North America

The arm-wrestling comedy starring Don Lee sold to multiple territories ahead of its market debut in the Cannes market.

Warner Bros. Taps DramaFever Co-Founders as Head of Korean TV Dramas

Suk Park and Hyun Park have been named co-heads of Korean TV production and acquisitions.

Oscars: Argentina Picks ‘Wild Tales’ for Foreign-Language Category

Damian Szifron's collection of enraged stories is one of Latin America's best bets to bring home a statuette

Box Office: ‘Wild Tales’ Sets Opening Record in Argentina

Damian Szifron's Cannes entry sold 450,000 tickets

Cannes: Warner Bros. to Distribute ‘Wild Tales’ in Spain and France

Damian Szifron's Cannes competition entry features an all-star local cast that includes Ricardo Darin and a score by Oscar-winner Gustavo Santaolalla.

Fox and Warners Launch Joint Distribution Operation in Brazil

Patricia Kamitsuji will serve as managing director of Fox-Warner.

Warner Buys Spanish Rights for Javier Fesser’s ‘Mortadelo and Filemon’

The highly-anticipated animated film is based upon the comic book of the same name, which already spawned two blockbuster live-action features.

‘The Intouchables’ Overtakes ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2’ at German Box Office

The French culture clash comedy has sold more than 8 million tickets in Germany, compared to 6.5 million for "Potter 7.2."

Superman’s WB Future at Stake as Appeals Court Battle Begins

In advance of oral arguments, Warner Bros. files a 117-page brief in attempt to hold onto all rights to the famed superhero. The outcome will determine the future of the franchise, but in dueling…

German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'

German Box Office Tops $1.1 billion In 2011

German productions accounted for 18.4% of box office take, led by Til Schweiger's rom-com 'Kokowaah.'