In the months Katriel Schory, head of the Israeli Film Fund, spent negotiating with the Jerusalem Cinematheque about possibly taking over as the CEO of the institute, a succession battle ensued at…
Foreign execs attending Australia's SPAA Mart last week were treated to surfing lessons in the roiling sea of the Queensland coast and watched over by vigilant lifeguards. Inside the SPAA Conference…
Director Robert Zemeckis' 3-D epic "Beowulf" may have howled its way to becoming international market leader over the Nov. 16-18 frame, but it was a mobster and a cop who seemed to steal moviegoers'…
In the movie business, Morocco is most often thought of as a location for Hollywood blockbusters, a place to film Middle Eastern-flavored settings in relative safety.
Few filmmakers can claim to have real royalty in their corner but the next generation of Moroccan directors, producers and screenwriters can count more than most on the monarchy's support.
Morocco has long established itself as the go-to place for Hollywood and other international productions looking for a secure, affordable location to shoot in the Arab world and Middle East.
A special lineup of this year's festivities
Next year Morocco will fete 50 years of film by marking the anniversary of Mohamed Ousfour's 1958 feature "Le Fils maudit" (The Damned Son), but for now the Intl. Film Festival of Marrakech is…
Frank Caliendo's "Frank TV" made a huge impression on TBS Tuesday night, averaging 2.9 million viewers, a strapping 64% of them people 18 to 49, the network's demo target.
Argentina has gone global with the format sales of its edgier telenovelas, tapping demand for a product that has a longer shelf-life for spinoff businesses than a Hollywood film.
Mixed genre TV channels are no longer the force they once were, but in Blighty there remains one channel that uniquely carries public service alongside popularity -- the BBC's flagship web, BBC1. So…