Look out, "Law & Order." Real-life alleged perps ranging from star athletes (Kobe Bryant, Jayson Williams), pop icons (Michael Jackson) and storied record producers (Phil Spector) to well-known…
Brian Lowry - Tuning In
After a boffo B.O. performance in 2003, the big question in Brazil is whether the local film industry will be able to hold on to its gains.
Blending showbiz and academia, a spate of recent books treat primetime TV like the latest in Marxist revisionist theory.
The more liberal elements in Afghan society have won a tussle over whether women should be allowed to sing on TV, despite fierce religious protests.
X Filme is finally coming down from its yearlong "Good Bye, Lenin!"-induced high and getting back to work, with six upcoming projects that aim to keep the company in the limelight.
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, the former Iraqi Minister for Information better known as "Comical Ali," is fast becoming an entertainment commodity.
It was as much about the no-shows as the shows at last week's NATPE. Programming vaulted to a more prominent place at the intense three-day confab (Jan. 18-20) than at any other time in the last…
Innovision Communications, one of India's top indie distributors of American and European films, has acquired several pics from Summit, Lakeshore, Initial and France's Gaumont.
Peter Bart: The Back Lot