Antonio Banderas and Ethan Hawke are on board as Oscar presenters. The 72nd annual Academy Awards will be broadcast from the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium Sunday on ABC.
Not to be totally outdone by rival Telefonica, which gobbled up Dutch TV giant Endemol last Friday, Spanish film and TV conglom Sogecable is once more on a rights offensive.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is honoring Polish writer-director Andrzej Wajda this year with a special Oscar for a body of work that spans five decades.
The Creative Coalition teamed up with arts agencies for a one-day campaign on Capitol Hill Tuesday to promote a $50 million boost to the National Arts Endowment budget.
Castle Rock has made a preemptive seven-figure deal for an original pitch by Tony Gilroy, whose last script, "Proof of Life," is in production for Castle Rock, with Taylor Hackford directing Meg…
Fox's comedy comeback continued Monday with the net's midseason laffer "Titus" premiering to revved-up Nielsen numbers.
Broadcasters held their breaths Tuesday as the French parliament began debating what slice of the action each may expect to get when France's terrestrial TV goes digital in 2002.
“South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have even managed to cross the line of tastefulness on the Web. When the duo recently turned in the first of 39 animated shorts to Shockwave.com as…
"The Insider" snagged top film honors Wednesday at the fourth annual Prism Awards (which recognizes accurate depictions of substance abuse in the media), but pic's subject, Dr. Jeffrey Wigand, said…
The Museum of Television & Radio has unveiled plans to launch an annual Television Documentary Festival, the first edition of which will roll out May 3-21 in New York.
Motion Picture Assn. of America chief Jack Valenti has weighed in against those who have criticized the historical accuracy of "The Hurricane" with a strong defense of the film's message.