Iranian-themed pics won big at the Berlinale's Teddy Queer Film Awards on Thursday, with two documentaries taking a number of prizes.
French helmer Patrice Leconte's next project will be the comedy "La Guerre des Miss," which begins shooting March 25 in the mountains of the Franche-Comte region in eastern France.
In a substantial promotion, NBC Entertainment has put exec VP Teri Weinberg in charge of both current programming and development.
Bradley Whitford, Christine Baranski and Brit thesp Mark Rylance will topline the Broadway transfer of London hit "Boeing-Boeing," now confirmed to open at the Longacre Theater in May.
Less than 24 hours after Paramount made major changes to its release calendar, 20th Century Fox has rearranged its sked so as to take advantage of two vacancies.
We open with a shamless plug — featuring Ryan Seacrest, Hayden Christensen and some special effects — for 20th Century Fox's "Jumper" (which opens tomorrow at a theater near you!) The lame bit ends…
Turning up the pressure on SAG to start contract talks as soon as possible, the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers has announced that it's ready to begin bargaining.
The Tribune-owned Los Angeles Times has made it official, naming Russ Stanton as its editor.
Saying plans for the ceremony are moving "full-speed ahead," AMPAS prexy Sid Ganis and Oscarcast producer Gil Cates on Thursday unveiled the list of scripters, presenters and performers for the 80th…
"American Idol" and "The Moment of Truth" combined to give Fox another convincing ratings victory on Wednesday night, although stronger competition from unscripted programs seemed to cut into the…
With the WGA strike over, CBS said Thursday that it will move forward with one hallmark of the smallscreen calendar: the upfronts.