Stephen Fry's status as a national treasure was made official in September, when the BBC devoted a whole evening on one of its channels to celebrating his 50th birthday.
Hans Fraikin calls it the "parity paradox." Like everyone else in the film biz in Canada, Fraikin -- the film commissioner for the Quebec Film and Television Council -- is concerned about the future…
Given the subject matter of HBO's upcoming therapy drama "In Treatment," it's perhaps appropriate to ask this question of execs: How does it make them feel?
"Who are these people and why are they shouting at me?"
Chinese President Hu Jintao may be an avid viewer of Korean sudsers, but different interpretations of Chinese history and Korea's founding myths may see South Korea's top skein banned from Chinese…
In order to gain ground in the U.S., NBC U-owned Telemundo is challenging Mexican media rival Televisa abroad.
Anywhere else the news would barely have made a ripple, but in Australia the news that Kate Ritchie is leaving "Home and Away" has dominated headlines.
Principato-Young has reupped with 20th Century Fox, inking a two-year, first-look producing pact.
Marion Cotillard will receive the breakthrough performance award for her work as chanteuse Edith Piaf in "La Vie en rose" at the 19th Palm Springs Film Festival.
Universal Pictures Japan has inked a home entertainment distrib deal with Tokyo-based Geneon Entertainment, the companies announced on Thursday.
Like a true movie junkie, Richard Pena can tick off the great double features he saw as a child as if the movies were still showing downtown. In New York of the 1960s, a time when arthouse and…