Chinese pic "The Opium War" (Yapian Zhanzheng) will be screening as part of the official competition at the upcoming Montreal World Film Festival, and this year's edition, set to run Aug. 22 to Sept…
The Directors Guild of America will present its first DGA Diversity Award in September, honoring a producer or employer in the industry who has demonstrated a commitment to the hiring of women and…
DTH broadcaster Sky Latin America has hired four new executives for senior management posts.
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The WB Television Network has inked a four-year affiliation agreement with WBNX Cleveland six weeks after WUAB dropped the netlet for an exclusive deal with UPN.
KABC news anchor Lisa McRee has been officially anointed as Joan Lunden's successor at "Good Morning America."
Laszlo Czeto Bernat has been awarded the 1997 Hartley-Merrill Prize for international screenwriting.
China has issued a ban on television dramas that are longer than 20 episodes, according to a senior government official.
Silvio Berlusconi's Fininvest, which controls TV outfit Mediaset and film unit Medusa, said net profits in 1996 slipped to 397.9 billion lire ($234 million) from $250 million a year earlier.
Lars Kolvig, managing director of Nordisk Film Production and the last of the old guard of Nordisk top management to stay on following a 1992 merger with the Egmont Group, resigned Tuesday.
Capping a year of on again, off again talks, EMI Music Publishing has paid $132 million for 50% of Jobete Music, the publisher founded by Berry Gordy and which boasts many of the chestnuts of the…
The war against the censors has escalated to new heights in the Philippine cinema industry as producers, directors and other members of the industry have taken their battle to the Senate.