Laurence "Larry" Tisch, the self-made billionaire real estate tycoon who rescued CBS Inc. from a hostile takeover in 1986, only to be criticized for his cost-cutting style and lack of vision in…
A busy box office weekend saw one wide opener launch like a luxury yacht while another made like a leaking dinghy, but the frame's top grosser proved to be an oversized "Elf."
The major studios' TV divisions are basking in the glow of "a golden era" for reruns of hourlong series. The phrase comes from Tim Brooks, head of research for Lifetime, and not many TV distributors…
The trilogy-capping "The Matrix Revolutions" left many fans scratching their heads over the Wachowski brothers' sci-fi philosophizing.
A broadcasting license is up for grabs after a channel in the capital city of Wellington, backed by California-based Christian satcaster Trinity Broadcasting Network, was pulled off the air.
In a season of box office disappointments, a formulaic Bollywood pic about a love story among two senior citizens -- replete with songs and dances and lots of tearjerking drama -- is going…
Who says the TV movie is dead? There aren't a whole lot of them on the network skeds this month, but CBS and NBC both struck gold on Nov. 9 with tales based on young blondes in peril.
Some festival screenings are notoriously hard to get into. But a spinoff of Spain's Huelva Ibero-American Film Fest is far more difficult to leave.
Imre Ragats, president of Hungarian state broadcaster Magyar Televizio, has resigned after a probe revealed he received kickbacks from the sale of commercial time.
New film industry directives due to take effect Dec. 1 will dramatically change the way both domestic and Sino-foreign productions are financed and regulated.