The Arab region's largest TV mart, Cairo Intl. Market for Radio and TV Production (Camar TV), has been postponed from July until November for its 12th edition.
Given the liberal whoops heard from auds on "The Daily Show" and Bill Maher's "Real Time," the effusive applause for conservative bomb-thrower Ann Coulter on the June 13 "The Tonight Show" seemed a…
Spain's movie production industry is preparing to fight the good fight against rampant P2P downloading by offering its own alternative, a VOD service for Spanish films.
London Eye: For a guy who claims no desire for a second career as a screenwriter, cult Australian rocker Nick Cave is carving himself quite a reputation in the world of movies.
What do you do when you've just nabbed six play awards at the Tonys -- tying with the 1949 preem of a little play called "Death of a Salesman"?
In visual effects, 2006 is a summer of encores. Most of the season's tentpoles are either remakes ("The Omen," "Poseidon") or sequels ("X-Men: The Last Stand" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead…
It's a safe bet the half-dozen gay men who got together in 1977 to launch a free one-night screening of 8mm shorts didn't guess they were setting something gigantic in motion.
Tuning In: Even-number years herald congressional elections, the Olympic Games and, with only slightly less precision, a new directional shift at MSNBC.
Broadway got a rise out of pre-Tony buzz, with grosses up essentially across the board in Week 2 (June 5-11) leading up to the kudos.
Singer, actress and closet C-SPAN junkie Cher wasn't the focus of a recent House Armed Services Committee hearing, but she may as well have been.