The Museum of Television and Radio on Tuesday kicked off its second season of its Industry Forum, a luncheon series for execs and media professionals, with a Q&A with producer Bernie Brillstein.
The Writers Guild of America West has tapped veteran TV writer and board member Irma Kalish to receive the Valentine Davies Award for community service.
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" will miss its Oct 15 opening date in India, while the country's ultra-careful film censors give the doc a second look.
Cate Shortland's romantic drama "Somersault" collared a record 15 Australian Film Awards nominations. "Tom White," saga of an architect who finds himself homeless, directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos…
"St. Tropez," the Gallic soap that has sold to more than 120 countries, and other successful French exports were trumpeted at Mipcom's France Day Tuesday.
German kidvidder TV-Loonland has inked a pan-Middle Eastern deal with Lebanese broadcaster Teleprog Intl. for 300 hours of tyke fare including "The Cramp Twins," "Metalheads" and catalog titles such…
Gallic electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre will become the first Westerner to perform in Beijing's massive Tiananmen Square, when his laser and music spectacular unspools Sunday to kick off…
Video rental chain Blockbuster Mexico has been forced to close seven stores and cancel ambitious expansion plans here due to rampant piracy.
Jan Mojto was back on the Croisette on Tuesday with a slew of productions from his recently acquired Beta Film, just as former Beta topper Jens Richter was making the rounds as ProSiebenSat 1's new…
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has boarded its first Latin American pic, Erik de Castro's Brazilian crime thriller "Federal."