Belgian director Geoffrey Enthoven has stayed true to the name of Fobic Films, the production company he set up in 1999 with film-school contemporary Mariano Vanhoof.
At the age of 33, Arvind Ethan David, the Malaysian-born, Oxford-educated founder and CEO of London's Slingshot Studios, has already had more careers than most people manage in a lifetime.
As fall starts, Hollywood studios will no doubt look longingly back at a season that delivered the best summer on record.
It may be entering only its fifth edition, but Vladivostok's Pacific Meridian fest, set to run Sept. 15-21, seems to going from strength to strength -- at a rate many older events might envy.
Now that studios have mastered the idea of sequels and three-quels, here comes the rub: Next summer will be remarkably sequel-lite, meaning back to the drawing board all over again -- or to dusty…
MultiChoice Africa has launched the continent's first cell phone TV service in the Nigerian capital of Abuja.
The major broadcast nets like the cards they hold on Sunday, and won't be shuffling the deck much this fall.
Russia's CTC Media web is expanding into Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, both members of the Commonwealth of Independent States that replaced the former Soviet Union.
In the fickle, fashioned-obsessed music business, 20 months can represent a lifetime. So how is it that MTV Networks Intl., the overseas arm of the Viacom-owned cable operation, has managed to chalk…
For Habib al-Sadr, head of Iraq's state-funded TV network Al Iraqiya, the future lies in religion and news.
Sunday night is shaping up as the battlefield for the French-Canadian TV networks this fall and it seems likely that someone will pay the price for this rather un-Quebecois rivalry.