Steven Gaydos - Eurotrack
The crown jewel of French media has lost its luster, throwing the entire Gallic industry into disarray.
Twenty-five years ago a group of students launched Short Film Week in this industrial city four hours south of Paris. That modest initiative has grown into the second best-attended film event in…
U.S. programming is making a comeback on Indonesian TV, thanks in part to the launch of four private channels in the past year.
Irwin Winkler - Guest Column
The drum kit Stewart Copeland sits behind at a Hollywood rehearsal studio sports the famous Doors logo and, in far smaller type, the words "21st Century."
This year's Shanghai Film Festival will boast a distinctly Nordic feel, judging by early indications from the selection committee. Now in its seventh year, SIFF has been criticized for a lack of…
Mighty Blighty pubcaster the BBC is preparing to fight for its lifeblood -- the £116 ($187) annual license fee coughed up by every TV-owning home, which pays for its programming and allows it to…
CDP Capital Entertainment is a joint venture between Henry Winterstern and CDP Capital Communications. Information was incomplete in the Feb. 10-16 issue.
Cannes, Toronto, the American Film Market...and now the Academy Foreign Language Screening Committee? Distribution execs are discovering that an Academy membership card can also make good business…
After winning international recognition with their early pics, two Argentine helmer-scribes -- Pablo Trapero and Lucrecia Martel -- are back and prepping their next projects. Both filmmakers will…