Across the Arab world, an unprecedented wave of filmmakers is emerging to make their first feature films.
Moira Armstrong won the helming award for miniseries "Lark Rise to Candleford" while Helen Mirren received a lifetime achievement award at the 19th U.K. Women in Film and TV Awards on Friday.
Producer Robert Greenwald has been one of the most persistent critics of President Obama's decision to send more troops to Afghanistan. Now that the president has announced his decision, Greenwald…
IMG Worldwide, the global sports giant, has tapped company veteran Michel Masquelier as its prexy of IMG Media.
The 9th River to River film festival, the only fest in Italy dedicated to showcasing Indian cinema, kicks off in Florence on Friday with Ketan Mehta's "Rang Rasiya" (Colors of Passion).
The Rotterdam Film Festival unveiled a "crowd-sourcing" project Thursday, to raise production coin from people attending the fest and the public more widely.
German thesps Hanna Schygulla and Wolfgang Kohlhaase will be feted at the Berlin Film Festival's Homage with honorary Golden Bears for their lifetime achievements.
"The X Factor" is coming to Germany. RTL-owned web Vox has picked up rights to the format, which is produced by Talkback Thames, a subsidiary of FremantleMedia, itself a division of pan-European…
Five, the U.K.'s smallest private terrestrial web, has signed a deal with YouTube that will see more than 3,000 hours of its content available free on the Google-owned website.
Roman Polanski was released on bail into house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss town of Gstaad on Friday after spending more than two months in prison following his arrest at the request of the U.S.
President Obama raised huge sums from bundlers across the country during his campaign, and now donors are wondering, where are the perks? A big reason is the contrast between Obama and President Bill…