Defense attorney Barry Scheck and client Louise Woodward will headline a panel focusing on cameras in courtrooms at the 23rd Edinburgh Intl. TV Festival, which begins Thursday.
It's 10 days into the Edinburgh Film Festival and everyone is still sniffing around for another "Full Monty." The U.K. sleeper hit got its first European screening here last year and won the audience…
Defense attorney Barry Scheck and client Louise Woodward will headline a panel about cameras in courtrooms at the 23rd Edinburgh Intl. TV Festival this week.
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Euro-focused exhibition confab Cinema Expo '98 came to a roaring close Thursday with a splashy awards show, replete with entertainment by Irish troupe Riverdance and several other surprise guests.
Geri Halliwell, aka Ginger Spice, frontwoman of girl power music sensation the Spice Girls, officially announced Sunday that she has exited the band.
Representatives for actress Brooke Shields are seeing red -- and green -- after an apparent fact-checking error.
Anglo productions ruled again at the Golden Rose of Montreux, the only annual international TV fest for light entertainment programming. Fest wrapped Tuesday.
The international rollout for "The Simpsons" got off to a slow start, but after 9 seasons and diplomatic negotiations, the animated series has hit TV screens in upwards of 60 countries.
HIT Entertainment is set to open the doors of HOT Animation, a Manchester based studio subsidiary to the British international children's programming distributor.