Telefilm Canada has allocated the last of its nearly $80 million film, TV and multimedia 1998 production fund, shelling out more than $21 million to 48 projects.
Japan's Post and Telecommunications Ministry bowed to pressure from broadcasters worried about the cost of setting up digital broadcast networks and decided Friday to push back the launch of…
Here's an unlikely idea for a film: a love story set amidst one of the century's most famous disasters. But there are no sinking ships this time.
Gloria Reuben of TV's "ER" will star in the indie film "Macbeth in Manhattan," which begins shooting June 8 in Gotham.
Becoming the first private web with nationwide distribution to shut down in Europe's most competitive TV territory, Nickelodeon Germany ceased broadcasting on Sunday.
Singing thesps Vanessa Williams and Mandy Patinkin have signed to join puppet stars Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Big Bird and the rest of the "Sesame Street" cast in the Jim Henson Pictures/Children's…
VH1 will bring back the concert series "Hard Rock Live" for a second season, but this year the show has a different sponsor, American Express.
The Kushner-Locke Co. has formed a joint venture with Enrique Cerezo to launch Gran Canal Latino, a movie satellite channel for Latin America and Spanish-speaking markets in the United States.
On the heels of a strong showing in the May sweep, indie KCAL led the field Saturday at the local Emmy derby with eight wins for its news and sports productions.
Saul Williams and Sonja Sohn, the stars of Trimark's "Slam," will receive the first Perry Ellis Breakthrough Award at the Independent Feature Project's Gotham Awards, to be held Sept. 23.
Exhibitors overseas were delighted last week with "Deep Impact," pretty happy with "City of Angels" and generally underwhelmed by the caliber of films that used the Cannes festival as a springboard.