Modern Times Group (MTG), in another move to pump up its holdings in the Baltic States, says it will launch its pay TV service TV1000 into Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on or about Oct. 1.
In a surprising move, DreamWorks has withdrawn from co-financing Steven Spielberg's next directorial project, "Memoirs of a Geisha," based on the bestseller by Arthur Golden.
He made headlines in 1953 when he roped President Dwight D. Eisenhower as a gag during his inaugural parade. He asked the President's permission first, but Secret Service agents still weren't amused.
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The family-owned Oakdale Theater, the largest Connecticut venue that books in theatrical product, has a new owner, New York-based SFX Entertainment Inc., a leading promoter, producer and venue…
Twelve film students from the U.S. and one from Germany have been selected as winners in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' 25th annual Student Academy Awards competition.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts tonight will host the Los Angeles premiere of the controversial BBC documentary "Nazi Gold," which explores the decades-long effort of Holocaust…
You know what an "indie" is, and we know what is. But what about those who reside in the great fly-over?
CANADA CTV network announced Friday the appointment of Louise Clark as head of independent production for Western Canada. Clark has more than 15 years experience as a film and TV producer working…
Producers David Foster and David Ladd have changed the title of their upcoming World War II drama to "Hart's War."
Scandinavian Broadcasting System and Norway's biggest commercial channel, TV2 Norway, have confirmed they are in negotiations to expand their partnership to create a pan-Scandinavian alliance.
Six months after announcing a $500 million investment fund, Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst and Venezuela's Cisneros Group have made their first purchases -- a modest pair of items in Chile, with much…