For the first time ever, a Spanish film, Gerardo Olivares' moving immigration drama "14 Kilometers," took the top Golden Spike at the 52nd Valladolid Intl. Film Fest.
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The chant of the pickets gathered outside Paramount's iconic main gate said it all: "Why are we standing outside this gate? 'Cause we got screwed in '88!"
Underscoring the generational renewal sweeping Latin American filmmaking, six of the 12 competish pics at the 33rd Ibero-American Film Festival are directorial debuts.
Europe's longest-running movie event devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens Tuesday in Cottbus, Germany, with a prize purse worth a total of Euros 64,000 ($92,600) -- up nearly a fifth on last…
CMT has purchased 11 hourlong episodes of "Can You Duet?," a new reality competition show from "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia.
ESPN is the latest media company bringing its content to the mostly young male aud of Microsoft's Xbox Live.
Latenight talkers, daytime sudsers and primetime multicam laffers will feel the pinch first, once TV writers hit the picket lines.
New Line has acquired domestic rights to a pair of fully financed Gold Circle productions: romantic comedy "Over Her Dead Body" and thriller "The New Daughter."
Cartoon Network alum Bob Higgins has joined San Francisco-based kidvid and animation house Wildbrain, home of the Nick Jr. hit "Yo Gabba Gabba," as its head of creative.
After a recent resurgence with sequels "Rocky Balboa" and the upcoming "Rambo," Sylvester Stallone is taking aim at an MGM remake of the 1974 Charles Bronson starrer "Death Wish."