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StudioCanal Signs Deals with China's Youku Tudou, BesTV
‘About and Boy’ and ‘Terminator 2’ are among the films covered by the subscription VOD dealsread more
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Moscow Deputy Mayor Urges Doctors to Learn From 'House'
Meanwhile, a British union leader warns of a 'Downton Abbey'-style societyread more
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U.K. Media Circus Erupts on News of Second Royal Baby
Kate Middleton's pregnancy springs to the top of headlines in Britainread more
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Martin Scorsese's Film Foundation Partners for India Film Preservation Course
The first event of its kind could help the country, whose preservation record is considered dismal read more
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Hearst's TrendingNY Kicks Off Four-Week Test Run
               New York women will be getting a pleasant surprise on their way to work this morning. Starting today, Hearst will ...
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Toronto: Download THR's Day 4 'Daily'
In day 4 of THR's Toronto festival daily, Chris Rock's 'Top Five' stands out in a tepid market, Relativity launches a specialty division, and Wild Bunch head Vincent Maraval responds to Abel Ferrera's...
Studiocanal Pacts With China’s Leading SVOD Platforms YoukuTudou And BesTV
Aiming to supply China’s booming market with upscale European fare, Studiocanal has signed multi-year deals with two leading Chinese SVOD platforms, YoukuTudou and BesTV New Media. The deal Yo...
Toronto: RAI Com Sells ‘Mafia’ And ‘Viva’ To Distrib Films For U.S.
ROME – RAI Com has sold U.S. rights to bittersweet Mafia-themed comedy “The Mafia Kills Only in Summer” by Sicilian TV satirist-turned-helmer Piefrancesco Diliberto, known as PIF, to...
Toronto Film Review: ‘Time Out of Mind’
Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his most remarkable performances in "Time Out of Mind."
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U.K. Quiz Show ‘Countdown' Sets World Record With 70th Season
The Channel 4 game show and British TV icon began life in 1982read more
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'The Simpsons' Gets "First Official China-Based Home" in Sohu Deal
The online video site strikes a multi-year deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distributionread more
Antipode Inks Deals for Konchalovsky’s Venice Winner
LONDON — Antipode Sales and Distribution has inked two territory deals on Andrei Konchalovsky’s “The Postman’s White Nights,” which just won the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival. ...
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BBC's 'Strictly Come Dancing' Season Debut Beats 'X Factor' U.K. in Ratings
The ITV show with Simon Cowell had to go head-to-head with the celebrity dance competitionread more
Toronto Film Review: ‘Beyond the Lights’
A music-industry romance that alternates freely between wisdom and mawkishness, caustic entertainment-biz critique and naive wish fulfillment, heartfelt flourishes and soap-opera shenanigans.
Toronto's First Weekend Features Some Fireworks, But We're ‘Waiting For Greatness’
For those keeping score after the first weekend of the Toronto International Film Festival, here's the tally: one thunderstorm, one lightning strike and a few cinematic fireworks. From the opening...
‘The Leftovers': The Problem With Its Brilliant First Season
If Damon Lindelof had any doubts about his ability to create another memorable TV show after “Lost,” let the outstanding first season of “The Leftovers,” which just concluded S...
TV Review: ‘Utopia’
As an architect of “Big Brother,” Dutch reality-TV pioneer John de Mol would be a good candidate to sue the producers of “Utopia,” if only he wasn’t one of them. The show’s billing as a ...
‘Equalizer’ Director Antoine Fuqua on Denzel Washington’s Work Ethic, ‘Magnificent Seven’ Remake
It’s been 13 years since Antoine Fuqua directed Denzel Washington to an Academy Award playing a cop gone bad in “Training Day.” Now the two collaborators are back in business togethe...
Stephen Hawking Film ‘Theory of Everything’ Causes a Big Bang in Toronto
The Stephen Hawking drama “The Theory of Everything” debuted to a triumphant reception at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday night, bringing a moment of déjà to at least a...
Toronto: ‘The Good Lie’ Filmmakers Want Audiences to Get Involved in Sudan
Screenwriter Margaret Nagle hustled to find a home for “The Good Lie” for 11 years. After responding to an open call in Variety by the late producer Robert Newmyer for stories about young ...