The 39th Mip TV trade show began to wind down Wednesday, with top American and Brit execs reporting the first signs of an upturn in business after an 18-month TV ad slump.
Markets & Festivals
Three actresses and five other directors join prez David Lynch on Cannes' Feature Film Competition jury, announced Wednesday.
In "Girls Can Get Away with Anything," writer-director Charlotte Silvera again portrays the world as it looks to stubborn, precocious young female tykes. A jumble of mini-adventures, this formless…
The Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival, hosted by entertainment production outfit Hypnotic, has tapped 10 semifinalists to head to the Cannes Film Festival to compete in the contest's next Extreme…
Ousted Canal Plus topper Pierre Lescure bid a bitter farewell on air Tuesday as the paybox's unions and staffers commandeered the station's programming in front of a studio audience gathered to watch…
MGM has signed Joe Nussbaum, who wrote and directed the Internet-fueled hit "George Lucas in Love," to helm its tween-oriented romantic comedy, "I Want Kandee."
Revolution Studios has finally taken a swing at an official title for the fourth Paul Thomas Anderson film, tagging it "Punch-Drunk Love."
FX's controversial cop show "The Shield" restored some of its audience power last week-- but prickly advertisers continue to bail out in alarming numbers.
Buffeted by a "perfect storm" of piracy, economic woes and competition from DVDs and vidgames, worldwide music sales tumbled 6.5% to 3.2 billion units in 2001, according to data and analysis released…
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" exec producer/showrunner Marti Noxon has signed a three-year, seven-figure overall development deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
Director-producer Barbet Schroeder, whose counterculture opus "More" was presented at the 1969 Cannes' Intl. Critics Week, will be "godfather" to the 41st edition of the fest's oldest sidebar.