War-themed films are centerstage on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' shortlist of 15 films that will compete for the five nominee spots in the Oscars' feature-length docu category.
Animation and gaming content production outfit DQ Entertainment is set to become the latest Indian media company to list on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market.
Pumping Europe's digital revolution, Arts Alliance Media has signed a $40 million pact with Gallic exhib Circuit George Raymond to roll out 400 digital screens in France.
The BBC won two of the seven Writers Guild of Great Britain awards Sunday.
The Galician Audiovisual Consortium, one of Spain's most energetic regional film boards, has unveiled a pioneering P&A support program.
Dutch family drama "Half Time" (Tussenstand) took the Golden Caravel award at the debut edition of the Estoril European Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
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Sixteen feature-length documentaries compete for this year's Joris Ivens award, top prize of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, which opens Thursday.
Czech auds were all ears Saturday for the Prague Shorts kudos as "Tony Zucho," a quirky comic romance by French helmer Valentina Potiera scored the main prize and Euros 5,000 ($7,300).
Gunmen kidnapped a reporter for the private Al-Baghdadiyah satcaster on his way to work in Baghdad, six weeks after a host for the channel had been gunned down.
Chris Daughtry may not have won "American Idol," but his band, Daughtry, earned high enough honors at the American Music Awards on Sunday to share the spotlight with Carrie Underwood and Justin…
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