London Eye: One of the seven development "powerhouses" set up last year by the U.K. Film Council has bitten the dust.
Western moguls waiting for any sign of China loosening its grip on the media, don't hold your breath.
Finland will be the first country to migrate to digital TV when it switches off the analog signal in 2007, according to research by Informa Telecoms & Media.
While comic remake "The Pink Panther" was, in its second frame, tops once again at the foreign wickets, the real story may have been that the high-flying "V for Vendetta" wasn't able to fend off the…
Vince McMahon and his wrestlers continue to keep TV auds pinned, and now they've got a fresh hold on NBC.
Italy's Cartoons on the Bay, the TV animation fest held on the Amalfi coast, will celebrate its 10th edition in less than two weeks with a record 500 delegates from around the world.
Feevee channel Movie Network has sunk about A$4 million ($3 million) into a pair of pics by emerging filmmakers this financial year and earned itself considerable kudos, exposure in the mainstream…
When it comes to war, Hollywood is usually behind the times, not the lines. Since the end of WWII, war films have typically lagged the actual conflicts by five years or more. But the Iraq War may be…
Just as the second installment of "Rome" starts shooting at Italy's Cinecitta, a toned-down version of HBO's lusty historical skein has finally marched onto Roman TV screens sans nudity and violence.
Russian-born, California-based director Victor Ginzburg is looking to forge a new direction by pulling in more than half the budget for his Russian-language feature "Wow!" from brand support.
Hollywood, this is your wake-up call, courtesy of Haskell Wexler. The iconoclastic cinematographer has been working for nearly a decade to alert the biz to the dangers of sleep deprivation.