Europe's leading TV entertainment competition, the Rose d'Or, is moving to Lucerne next year after 43 years in the idyllic Swiss resort of Montreux.
Two helmers who each won cash prizes at August's Montreal World Film Festival are still waiting for their money.
TV exec Maurizio Carlotti, former managing director of Spanish broadcaster Telecinco and CEO of Italo Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset, has been named CEO of Telecinco rival Antena 3.
Martin Bachmann has been named managing director of German-based Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl., replacing Juergen Schau, who will remain head of Sony Pictures Releasing's German production…
In case you missed it, the NBA Finals are over. ABC's first crack at pro basketball's championship in 30 years ended Sunday, with the series between the San Antonio Spurs and New Jersey Nets…
The Sir Martin Sorrell-founded advertising conglom WPP has bought a 30% stake in one of Spain's most aggressively-expanding media companies, Barcelona-based production and facilities house, MediaPro.
Italy's largest broadcaster Mediaset and France's leading TV networken TF1 have joined forces with Saudi Prince Al Waleed bin Talal and U.S. merchant bank Lehman Brothers to study a new offer for…
The American Cinematheque will present a one-time-only screening of a newly restored print of director Edgar G. Ulmer's lost Ukrainian film "Natalka Poltavka."
Eve, Gina Gershon, Michael Clarke Duncan, Keith Carradine, and Rob Zombie have been set as guest voices on MTV's new animated series "Spider-Man."
Nicolas Cage will receive the Career Achievement Award at the 39th Chicago International Film Festival's Summer Gala.
Netflix has entered into a distribution agreement with documentary-feature supplier Docurama, a label of New Video, with both hoping to capitalize on the online DVD rental giant's unique ability to…