The White House has invited major tech and media companies to a meeting this Wednesday afternoon to evaluate anti-terrorism strategies, according to a report by the New York Times. The goal of the…
The Media Institute, a D.C. organization that includes representatives from major media companies among its trustees, condemned the terrorist attack on French paper Charlie Hebdo, expressing trust…
A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.
CRIX ON PIX: Variety reviewers sift through the wreckage of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot and other post-9/11 blockbusters.
This has been the issue from time immemorial -- TV's great strength (immediacy) and glaring weakness (images without context). TV news operates in these situations without a net, without an editor.
Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
An appallingly funny farce about young terrorists plotting to blow up everyone on the observation deck of the Empire State Building.
A gimlet-eyed glimpse into the roots of terrorism and the politics behind its prosecution.
"Terrorism," a three-part docu produced by Daniel Leconte ("Carlos"), is luring buyers at the TVFI Rendez-Vous in Biarritz.
ShineReveille Intl. has picked up worldwide distribution rights to the NBC News series "The Wanted."
Indian media was itself a major news item as the Mumbai terror attacks came to a conclusion over the weekend.