The CeBIT, the world's largest computer and telecommunications fair, kicked off in Hanover March 9 with mobile content taking front and center.
Argentina's Jorge Rodriguez, a seasoned film and TV producer, is getting animated.
A look at how governments and artists are dealing with issues of suppression and self-censorship.
The short story is standing tall in Hollywood. When E. Annie Proulx's short story "Brokeback Mountain" -- originally published in the New Yorker -- got a shoutout from the Oscar podium last week, it…
The hottest TV tot shop is tucked away in Gotham's Fashion District where it's been churning out TV and Web-originated animation for the past three years.
Ten years ago, the Korean film biz was a small cottage industry. Now, it's grown to a major force, challenging Hollywood's dominance as two-thirds of local box office goes to Korean fare. Korea's…
Kabuki has an image problem in the West. A treasure of Japanese culture dating back four centuries, it has since become a byword for elaborate, empty posturing -- political and otherwise.
On April 8, the Rolling Stones will make their first appearance in mainland China, performing in an 8,000-seat stadium in Shanghai. In order to accommodate the communist regime's ministry of culture…
Despite "The Sopranos' " irritating 21-month layoff between seasons, an unscientific survey suggests fans of HBO's mob drama couldn't be champing more eagerly at the bit for its March 12 return, as…
What can $5 million buy you in Vegas? That's the estimated coin some studios have spent on recent splashy, star-studded presentations at ShoWest, the annual exhib confab in Las Vegas. But judging by…
Road grosses fell again in Week 40 (Feb. 27-March 5), as the 12-show slate dipped 4.95% to $10,297,693.