International film producers with projects that need partners are being invited to submit applications to the second Moscow Co-production Forum.
The Georgian television station that sparked panic when it ran a hoax news show claiming the country was under a renewed Russian invasion has apologized on air for the "anxiety and disruption" it…
A boycott by filmmakers campaigning for an effective new film law in Greece failed to derail the 12th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival.
Greek filmmakers are continuing their campaign of festival protests as they push for a new film law in line with European and international standards -- despite the failure of their recent action.
A pro-government Georgian television station sparked widespread panic in the Caucasian country when it ran a spoof documentary claiming the Russians had invaded again.
Russia's outdated broadcasting regulatory framework has come under the spotlight in a report from European Commission body, the European Audiovisual Observatory.
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch on Tuesday called for the Arab states of the Gulf to end censorship, reduce regulation and open their media markets to competition.
British pay TV channel Bravo, part of Virgin Media TV, has picked up the rights to the first two series of U.S. drama "Spartacus: Blood and Sand."
After a Winter Games in which Russian athletes won just three gold medals -- the smallest number since 1994 -- President Dmitry Medvedev ordered a review of training.
Russia's financially troubled St. Petersburg Channel 5, a 72-year-old web that garnered huge ratings in the late 1980s, is being relaunched March 15 after an extensive makeover.