Twenty-five years after star-studded anthem "We Are the World" raised millions of dollars to aid famine relief in Africa, celebrities of a different generation were set to gather Monday night to…
Making its first major move toward upcoming negotiations, the Directors Guild of America has tapped secretary-treasurer Gil Cates to head its negotiating committee for the fourth consecutive time.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Pierce Brosnan and Jackie Chan are among the stars expected to attend this year's Berlinale, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. White House communications director Dan Pfieffer talks about the administration's strategy in the new media age of time-shifting, video on demand…
More than 70% of cinema screens in Catalonia, one of the richest regions in Spain, were dark Monday as exhibitors staged a one-day strike in protest against the regional government's move to force…
On-demand viewing has increased by 50% at U.K. cable company Virgin Media, according to the company's own figures.
Bucking the downward trend in the art pic market, Gallic sales agent Funny Balloons is bulking up, expanding staff and amping up its sales roster movie count.
An iPhone application offering Benito Mussolini speeches is sparking fire at Apple from Holocaust survivors after it surprisingly soared in sales to become Italy's top seller.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired US rights to the Dutch World War II drama "Winter in Wartime" from High Point Films.
SAG Leaders have decided to mend fences with AFTRA and seek a joint negotiation with its sister union on a new primetime deal.
Among the movies opening this past Friday at the Universal City Cinemas was the new Mel Gibson action thriller "Edge of Darkness," which features in its storyline a shadowy corporation that is…