The media hasn't been "in the tank" for Barack Obama so much as it has been down on John McCain, according to a new study.
Markets & Festivals
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp is partnering with Editions Glenat, a French comicbook publisher, to launch distribution and production shingle Europa-Glenat.
Film buyers and sellers breathed an almost audible sigh of relief Wednesday when the Tokyo Film Market (Tiffcom) opened with respectable levels of corridor traffic and activity.
Veteran music PR exec and jazz music expert Peter J. Levinson died Oct. 21 of head injuries due to a fall at his Malibu home. He was 74.
BET Networks and the Weinstein Co. have struck a first network-window deal on a multi-pic package of theatrical releases.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has named Kimberly Roush director of membership.
Al Pacino and a Brazilian bash on the Piazza Navona kicked off the third Rome Film Festival on Wednesday amid hopes the event will boost the Italian industry and consolidate Rome's standing as a…
Bill O'Reilly, the most-watched talking head on cable news, has reupped with Fox News Channel in a four-year deal that is reportedly worth $10 million a year.
Sixteen feature-length documentaries compete for the VPRO Joris Ivens award, top prize of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, which opens Nov 20.
"Lucky Old Sun" has become Kenny Chesney's fifth chart-topper, selling 176,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The Stockholm Intl. Film Festival is to honor Charlotte Rampling and Wong Kar Wai, the fest said Wednesday.