Variety chose 10 of Barry's best-known scores and asked the composer to reflect on them.
Markets & Festivals
With five Oscars on his mantelpiece, it's easy to forget that John Barry has enjoyed success in other musical realms, notably the London stage and in both American and British television.
Doc/Fest features keynotes and interviews with such nonfiction heavyweights as Hamish Mykura, head of documentaries at Channel 4 and topper of More4; Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport…
NBC's "Kath & Kim" has become the latest frosh skein to score a full-season pickup.
A potentially interesting idea jumps the rails halfway through the father-son drama "I Know You Know," the second feature by Welsh-born writer-helmer Justin Kerrigan ("Human Traffic," 1999).
The challenge facing the Seville European Film Festival, having consolidated rapidly as a local event after its 2004 launch, is whether it can now become a key Southern reference point for Euro…
SAG's taken another small step toward possible resumption of its long-stalled negotiations, agreeing to meet for a second session with a federal mediator on Wednesday.
Europeans have no say over whether John McCain or Barack Obama lands the big prize, but the U.S. contest is being regarded as an historic event on this side of the Atlantic. Networks are investing…
Argentina's TV producers are taking steps to ensure profits in the face of rising costs and limited domestic carriage opportunities, with bets on international output deals, new media and spinoff…
Seville is building its critical mass of Eurocentric events, becoming a mid-November hub for discussions, meetings and analysis.
"Packed to the Rafters" -- by scribe Bevan Lee ("Home and Away" "All Saints") -- has become a sleeper hit, drawing a weekly aud of 2 million to Seven. Ratings have continued to grow to 40-plus shares…