"Downton Abbey" was the capper of PBS' second day at the Television Critics Assn. press tour. Here are the most memorable moments – sans spoilers – from the panel.
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After weeks of haggling and mud-slinging, CBS and Time Warner Cable remained deadlocked over retransmission fees — resulting in blackouts Friday afternoon of CBS stations in New York, L.A., Dallas…
Egyptian billionaire entrepreneur Naguib Sawiris and Franco-Tunisian mogul Tarak Ben Ammar have formed a strategic partnership to produce and distribute a slate of films and TV content for…
Fox International Prods. is saying “Mea Culpa,” acquiring distribution rights for the Latin America, Germany and the United States on director Fred Cavaye’s thriller. Fox announced the deal on the…
Ahd, 32, has been drawing notice internationally for her perf as a hypocritical hardline schoolmistress in Haifaa al-Mansour's "Wadjda."
In its second high-profile deal in a key and expanding overseas film region announced in just one week, Jeff Skoll's Participant Media is teaming with the Doha Film Institute to jointly create a $100…
Independent film companies in Hollywood tend to be short-lived -- but there are exceptions.
AMPAS has declared 75 songs eligible for the original song Oscar at the next Academy Awards.
Gaumont, the powerhouse behind "The Intouchables," is turning into a major backer of contempo French thrillers.
ROME -- Sophia Loren will be feted by Italy's Taormina Film Festival, which is being transformed from a mostly arthouse showcase to a populist event dedicated to global comedies.