USC's School of Cinematic Arts will honor filmmaker Costa-Gavras with the Eisenstein Award on Sept. 28.
With more than 30 satellite and terrestrial channels operating in Iraq, a far cry from the two that existed under Saddam Hussein's rigid rule, the television industry should by now be celebrating its…
Milcho Manchevski's "Shadows" has been selected as Macedonia's choice for the race for the foreign language Oscar.
Is Google finally pulling back the veil? Manhattan journos on Sept. 20 got a glimpse of its stylish Chelsea offices, home to some 1,000 staffers.
Portugal Telecom Group and its cable and satellite arm PT Multimedia are swapping execs, as PT preps to spin off its 58% stake in PTM.
As "Across the Universe" wends its way across the nation, Beatles fans are getting the chance to sample their favorite tunes reinterpreted by the film's stars. But any mention of the Fab Four has…
Hollywood isn't the only town facing a potential work stoppage. Broadway also might come to a halt this fall, once talks between the Broadway stagehands' union, Local One, and the producers' union…
A totally new -- and somewhat crude --type of programming is invading Arab households.
Universal created two potions to celebrate "Knocked Up's" debut on disc next week and is urging fans to drink up Sept. 25 at their local saloon.
Kathy Griffin may have just been joking when she used the phrase, "Suck it, Jesus!," but members of members of Pigeon Forge, Tenn.'s, Miracle Theater didn't appreciate the irreverence.
Samuel Goldwyn famously advised a screenwriter who wanted to send a message to "call Western Union." For media moguls, the preferred method is that time-honored curiosity known as the investor…