The reaction across the globe to Russia's anti-gay laws has been vocal and swift, but Anton Krasovsky's experience offers insight into an issue that will most likely play out across the world's media…
David C. Anderson, an assistant director, unit production manager, producer and production executive who worked on James Bond films “Dr. No” and “From Russia With Love” and pictures including “The…
Russia's national cinema fund has appointed a director following the resignation of Sergei Tolstikov, who had headed it since its launch three years ago.
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Vladimir Medinsky, the short, bespectacled, soft-spoken historian appointed in May by Vladimir Putin as Russia's minister of culture, does not look like a man who could threaten Hollywood's interests…
The future of state funding in Russia for international co-productions is unclear after a major shake-up in state support for film was ordered by the Kremlin.
MOSCOW -- Ksenia Sobchak, Russian TV personality, socialite and prominent member of the anti-Vladimir Putin opposition, claimed Monday that she had been ditched from presenting music channel Muz-TV's…
With a mass pro-democracy rally scheduled in Moscow on Saturday, Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin has been mocked on national television following widespread allegations of vote rigging by the…
"Khodorkovsky" deserves to run free in cinemas, but will probably be confined mostly to fests and upscale TV enclosures.
Russian media magnate Vladimir Gusinsky, who was jailed then freed after being charged with embezzlement, said international and domestic pressure led to his unexpected release on Friday. "I am…
Saturday's world premiere here of Nikita Mikhalkov's pic, "The Barber of Siberia," proved that the lines between Russia's conflicting political factions can be blurred by a blockbuster film.