The Palestinian soccer team may not have qualified for the World Cup, but the filmmakers behind a pair of docs chronicling the team's struggle to make the tournament are using the Cup to promote the…
Road grosses were up again in Week 3 (June 12-18) as the 11-show slate grew 1.76% to total $11,609,525.
They don't give out Oscars for them. Glamorous star vehicles, they're not. Yet studios can't get enough of made-for DVDs for a very simple reason: They make money without much of a risk.
London Eye: Having made his name as the enfant terrible of Anglo-Irish theater with gothic melodramas such as "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" and "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," playwright Martin…
Dubai TV, the Arab world's fastest-rising satcaster, is going online via an exclusive partnership with Internet TV distributor Jump TV.
The first salvo in the auction for Hispanic broadcaster Univision dissolved last week into as many twists as a telenovela.
It's getting so you can't swing a cat without hitting a millionaire on the Rialto these days.
Despite formidable obstacles to doing business in China, Warner Bros.' new joint filmmaking venture is fast making inroads on the local production scene.
Tuning In: Exhibiting a peculiar sense of timing, the Directors Guild of America gathered to praise the made-for-TV movie at a time when the major nets have buried it.
Short-term fix or long-term power play? Blighty's terrestrial web Five is attempting to raise its game by launching two digital spinoff channels -- but skeptics continue to ponder the net's future.