Film trade relations between China and the rest of the world have not been normalized, says the Independent Film & Television Alliance.
Amid the pervasive uncertainty in the business, the American Film Market will remain in Santa Monica for the foreseeable future, according to the top executives of the Independent Film and Television…
The Independent Film and Television Alliance has renewed contracts for CEO and president Jean Prewitt and exec VP and American Film Market managing director Jonathan Wolf through 2018. The eight-day…
The battle to protect the film and television industries’ ability to license copyright territory by territory in Europe appeared to have been won at the Cannes Film Festival this week, but the war is…
The White House will encourage search engines, cyberlockers and domain name registrars to come up with voluntary agreements with Hollywood and other industries to curb online piracy of movies, TV…
Vice President Joseph Biden met with entertainment industry representatives on Thursday evening as he prepares to give President Obama a set of policy proposals on gun violence early next week.
Jean Prewitt, president-CEO of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, is taking a cautiously optimistic view of this year's Cannes market and growing traction for the Chinese film business.
Hollywood studios and record labels unveiled a landmark agreement with Internet providers for a system of "copyright alerts" in an effort to crack down on content piracy.
Comcast's Brian Roberts and NBC Universal's Jeff Zucker faced withering criticism Thursday that combining the two media titans would stifle independent production and do little to foster diversity on…
Leaders of FilmL.A. have tapped DGA Western exec director Bryan Unger to serve as chair of the film permitting agency. Unger, who joined FilmL.A.'s board after it was restructured in 2003, replaces…
The 24th American Film Market, the annual independent film market, has sold out of exhibition space ahead of the Feb. 25-March 3 event in Santa Monica.