Just about every year at this time, right after the end of the TV season, Leslie Moonves hops on a jet and heads to Europe for a week of golf with some of his oldest showbiz buddies.
President George W. Bush isn't the only candidate whose campaign may be haunted by a documentary.
The Dubrovnik Film Fest wrapped its second edition May 30 with best feature film going to Iran's "Silence of the Sea." Writer/director Vahid Mousaian also picked up the prize for best screenplay.
Despite a delayed but virulent backlash against the proliferation of non-Equity shows, the Broadway road enjoyed a boffo 2003-04 season, with the final total gross of $751,265,435 representing a…
Beth Kerasotes doesn't want to talk about it. Her small Midwest exhib chain has quietly created an alternative to the policy about R-rated pics, and now the media -- and angry parents -- won't let…
China has ordered regional TV broadcasters to launch dedicated children's channels by the end of 2006 as part of a series of directives aimed at providing more kid-friendly material.
The widest day-and--date release in history, "The Day After Tomorrow" triumphed in 108 markets last week, failing to take line honors only in Greece and Serbia, of all places, where it was beaten by…
Paul Tetreault assumed the helm of Ford's Theater here earlier this year with a pledge to elevate the venerable institution's programming. He hopes to do just that with an upcoming season that will…
Voiceover: The ruckus in executive suites around town last week raises interesting questions not only about the vision of the media congloms but also their styles of management.
Chihiro Kameyama, head of Fuji TV's powerful film production department, has grand plans for his division.
Broadway has another big number to ballyhoo this year, as total grosses for the season, which concluded May 30, hit a new record of $771,012,298. But that gleaming figure more or less constitutes the…