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HONG KONG — A+E Networks has unwound its Asian channel distribution partnership with Malaysia's Astro and will instead run the business as a stand-alone company. Currently known as AETN All Asia…
Amazon Studios has selected five original series — comedies “Alpha House” and “Betas,” along with kids’ shows “Annebots,” “Creative Galaxy” and “Tumbleaf” — to become full series, available via the…
Amazon's original movie and series arm has greenlit five children's pilots into production, including one from former "Blues Clues" exec producer Angela Santomero.
To the extent that Michelle Williams' multilayered interpretation of Marilyn Monroe serves as its raison d'etre, "My Week With Marilyn" succeeds stunningly.
John Hurt and Sebastian Stan ("Captain America: The First Avenger") are toplining "The Labyrinth," the TV adaptation of Kate Mosse's medieval bestseller about a quest for the Holy Grail.
The composers and lyricists behind some the year's most talked about movie tunes discuss their motivation and their aesthetic, often singing the praises of their collaborators in the process.
New and rediscovered British cinema, a 3D animated extravaganza plus a couple of Scottish movie icons will take pride of place at this year's Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival, which runs June 16-27.
With roughly 9,000 residents, Trinidad, Colo., is an unlikely place to serve as the "sex-change capital of the world."
Two Universal films based on graphic novels will bookend Film Independent's 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival.
The Art Directors Guild has selected 15 nominees in the period, fantasy and contempo categories, marking the first separate awards for the first two.
"And the Tony Award for best theater poster goes to ... " No, that's not happening. Not this year. Probably not ever if the Tony people want to keep their award show to just three hours.