Brazil's TV Globo has gone to exotic lengths to defend its long-held numero uno status. Starting Jan. 19, Gloria Perez's telenovela "Caminho das Indias" (Path to India), a colorful India complete…
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Viacom-backed Bollywood production house the Indian Film Co. is fighting off what looks like a hostile takeover bid from a fund management group.
Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou, who directed the Beijing Olympics' opening and closing ceremonies, will organize the 60th anniversary party to celebrate the foundation of Communist China on Oct. 1.
Columbia won an auction late Thursday for screen rights to "Foundation," Isaac Asimov's ground-breaking sci-fi trilogy. The project will be developed as a directing vehicle for Roland Emmerich.
Helmer Patrick Lussier shamelessly exploits state-of-the-art 3-D camera trickery for cheap thrills.
ABC is looking to reclaim its once-hot comedy brand. Having struggled with half hours in recent years, the Alphabet is looking at ways to bring back situation comedies in the vein of past hits like…
TV Land has wrestled away exclusive broadcast rights for the AFI Life Achievement Awards from USA Network.
New works by Claude Chabrol and Manoel de Oliveira as well as a slew of high-profile German productions are among the 13 films so far selected for the Berlinale Special sidebar.
Screen Actors Guild board member Frances Fisher has disavowed a suggested boycott of eight actors who are up for SAG awards.
Admissions for French films abroad last year jumped 17% to a record 78 million, according to statistics unveiled Friday.