Copenhagen Film Festival program director Lone Korslund is ankling just a month before the fest's second edition to become Nordic acquisition manager at Scandinavian major Nordisk Film.
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" worked its magic for No. 1 vidgame publisher Electronic Arts last quarter as the hit game adaptation helped drive strong earnings.
Blighty is unlikely to switch off analog TV signals and move to digital before 2012 at the earliest.
For Blockbuster, things are going to get worse before they get better. Sales and profits will continue to slip at the troubled vid rental chain as it spends $90 million this year to salvage a…
Tarak Ben Ammar sold his interest in Roma Studios about 18 months ago and has no stake in the Italian studio. Information was incorrect in Thursday’s paper.
This weekend presents a rare collision of expensive franchise pictures built around top talent. U's "The Bourne Supremacy" is set to unspool in 3,158 theaters, while WB's "Catwoman" prowls 3,117…
AMC Entertainment agreed Thursday to sell itself in a deal worth $2 billion to an investment company owned by JPMorgan Partners and Apollo Management, continuing the buyout feeding frenzy in the…
CBS has rehired "CSI" star Jorja Fox and is talking to George Eads about a reprieve as well.
Viacom served up another healthy platter of quarterly earnings Thursday, and for a change, the market seemed to listen.
Richard Sambrook, BBC director of news at the time of the spat over the allegedly "sexed-up" Iraqi dossier that led to the worst crisis in the pubcaster's history, has been moved sideways in another…
An 18-month dispute between Australian actors and producers was settled Thursday at a meeting of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission after thesps dropped a demand for an 8.33% cut of a…