With James Bond coming on the international scene as a day-and-date release, "Borat's" days as the world's primo player are numbered.
It being the holiday season, the December issue of Vanity Fair is stuffed with lush ads for diamonds. But merchants can't be too happy with another diamond ad appearing in the same issue --one…
There's no love lost on either side of the Taiwan Strait. Or is that the Formosa Strait? Chinese film "The Go Master" is being withdrawn from the Golden Horse Awards, the longstanding kudofest for…
For those whose only theatrical image of Argentina involves Eva Peron on a balcony, the Bait Festival (Buenos Aires in Translation) promises a remarkable education.
The fall season was supposed to be CBC's big reveal, ushering in a new, audience-friendly era, but the Canuck pubcaster is limping out of the gates.
Tuning in: When Mel Gibson unleashed his by-now infamous anti-Semitic tirade, I warned those in Hollywood eager to shun him to tread cautiously, lest they be labeled hypocrites for dealing with…
Now that Republicans have lost control of Congress and President George W. Bush has been humbled, have political documentarians lost their biggest stars?
Fresh from launching its much-delayed English-language channel Al-Jazeera Intl., Al-Jazeera Networks is revamping the sked for its kiddie channel.
Just four years ago in Oz, Bollywood films were available on video but rarely seen on the bigscreen. Now they regularly pop into the theatrical top 20 list, following a trend in the U.S. and the U.K.
Two regional productions of "Urinetown" have sparked controversy in Gotham, with legit unions publicly accusing the two shows in question of plagiarizing the work of the Broadway creative team…
The New Zealand government is hoping to lure viewers to the Freeview digital platform by bankrolling two new channels. It has committed NZ$79 million ($52.4 million) over the next six years for the…