It's been a strange month indeed for London legit. The planets must be aligning in a very particular fashion to have allowed the following to happen all within the space of a few weeks:
The New York Times' recent essay critiquing the exclusionary nature of the Tony Awards raised an old issue that may have a new timeliness.
This week, in a curious new turn for the music biz, the world's first official top 20 chart for ringtones bows in Blighty. The chart, recognized by the British Phonographic Industry and collated by…
Sony Pictures Entertainment's action and adventure AXN channel is welcoming a sibling to Asian pay TV -- 5-month-old Animax, the first 24-hour anime cartoon channel launched outside of Japan.
Tony Buckley isn't going to renew his membership of the technicians' union after 51 years. The film editor-turned-producer is appalled by the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance's hardline tactics…
She's the Oprah Winfrey of the Latina gab world, and Cristina Saralegui's sphere of influence is about to get even bigger.
While the Middle East is too hot to handle for most producers, Humbert Balsan has carved out a lucrative niche producing films by Arab filmmakers.
The current rage for documentaries, bolstered by Cannes' Palme d'Or for Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11," will be in evidence later this month, when buyers from all over the world descend on the…
Spain has few international champs: cyclist Miguel Indurain, Real Madrid soccer club ... and its indie film distribution sector. For the third year running, Spain bought fewer titles than any other…
Hoyts Film Distribution is ramping up its slate, bolstered by joint ventures with the local home entertainment arms of Universal and MGM.
Madison Ave. doesn't need to go to Las Vegas to gamble. It has the new TV sked to bet on. "There are shows you can bet the house on, and a handful that are snake eyes out of the gate," Carat USA…