Asian actors will be thick on the ground at the Pusan Intl. Film Festival, where organizers will host the launch of the Asia Pacific Actors Network.
Markets & Festivals
Capital Regions for Cinema, a European program that includes the cities of Berlin, Madrid, Paris and Rome, will present funding and production opportunities at the New York Film Festival today.
The BBC's commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, has taken the unusual step of buying a 75% stake in Australia-based travel information combo, Lonely Planet, for an undisclosed sum.
Ratcheting up the tension on the labor front, the Writers Guild of America is asking its members for strike authorization.
ABC delivered the three highest-rated entertainment programs among young adults on the opening Sunday of the season, putting the net in position to claim the opening frame of the season.
Marking the agency's latest move in the sports representation game, CAA will pursue corporate sponsorships for the new Yankee Stadium, being built next to the team's current home.
In what appears to be the most significant experiment since digital downloading began, Radiohead's first album away from a major label will be sold for a price determined by each individual consumer.
Peter Morgan has started work on a follow-up to "The Queen" that will dig into former U.K. prime minister Tony Blair's relationships with U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
Tarak Ben Ammar is making moves to become a prominent Italo film player. The Franco-Tunisian film producer and dealmaker -- topper of Paris-based Quinta Communications and board member of the…
Icelandic pic "Children," directed by Ragnar Bragason, netted the Golden Swan for best film at the Copenhagen Intl. Film Festival while Swedish pic "To Love Someone" walked away with the most -…
Catherine Keener has signed on to co-star in DreamWorks' music pic "The Soloist."