Despite worldwide shock waves still radiating from the terrorist attacks in the U.S., two of the Mideast's best-known film festivals intend to take place this month as planned.
Markets & Festivals
The year after the collapse of the USSR, 1992, was an optimistic time to launch a festival devoted to the cinema of the newly independent countries that had emerged, often precariously, from the…
The 17th annual Mipcom, which unspools Oct. 8-12 in Cannes, may go down as the most disjointed in memory. The fall TV trade show -- arguably the most important gathering for the international…
The ninth annual Hamptons Intl. Film Festival will unspool Oct. 17-21 in venues in East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Westhampton Beach and Gotham.
John Cameron Mitchell ("Hedwig and the Angry Inch") and Henry Bean ("The Believer") shared the IFP's Open Palm award for first-time feature filmmakers Monday night at the 11th annual Gotham Awards…
The Cairo Intl. Film Festival will celebrate its 25th edition with 121 films from 35 countries and 20 films in competition Oct. 9-20.
Lions Gate TV will bring sci-fi actioner “Tracker” and reality show “Break In” to Mipcom. The former toplines Adrian Paul of “Highlander” fame and will launch in domestic syndication in October. The…
About the guide: The figures in this chart are the average prices paid by terrestrial broadcasters in key territories for selected genres of U.S. programming. Drama prices are per hour; sitcoms…
Despite merger mania in media circles around the globe, Japan's major TV networks don't seem to have plans to march down the aisle any time soon.
Following the passage a new broadcasting law that at last clears the way for private terrestrial TV in Austria, attention is now on the Nov. 7 tender deadline. But most players are busy denying their…
Oz network chiefs have been under siege on the domestic front after the Sydney Olympic Games in September 2000, the introduction Jan. 1 of a new ratings system and the slowdown of the ad market -…