It gets more tempting every year to say that the New York Film Festival has reneged on its mission to represent what programmer Richard Pena has called "the state of the cinema."
Postman Pat has got a promotion and revamp, the Bionic Woman has turned dark and sultry, and Enid Blyton's Famous Five have all had kids, spawning a fresh Five ready for a new series of 2-D animated…
In a bid to tap the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic market, Mexican media giant Televisa inked a TV and film deal with Lionsgate last week, but the pact looks set to jilt both parties' existing partnerships.
Star TV's chief operating officer Laureen Ong will give a keynote speech at the Oct. 17 Asia Pacific Entertainment and Media Summit in L.A. on the future of Asia as a leading entertainment market. At…
At an age when most folks are enjoying retirement, Leo Kirch is making a career comeback.
"Hairspray" producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are singing a new tune in television, inking a lucrative pilot production deal with CBS.
Marking its largest acquisition ever, Electronic Arts on Thursday struck a deal worth $860 million to buy indie developers BioWare and Pandemic Studios.
Sony's atmospheric new fantasy game "Folklore" attempts to balance deep exploration with fast-paced action but doesn't come together into a coherent whole.
A look at what's set to screen at the 2007 edition
Can the Rome Film Festival become a driver for the Italian film industry and also give European cinema a boost?