Veteran Warner Bros. exec Josh Berger will take on the additional post of president and managing director for Warner Bros. Entertainment Spain.
New York-based financing company CA Capital Markets has acquired the English-language film adaptation rights to Catalan helmer Jo Sol's "The Taxi Thief."
The latest polling in Maine looks familiar: Gay marriage opponents appear to be on the upswing, on a ballot initiative that is just as confusing as Proposition 8 last year. (A “yes” vote means “no”)…
The MTV European Music Awards are coming to the German capital with an international cast, featuring performances by U2, the Foo Fighters, Shakira and Leona Lewis.
A French lawyer for Roman Polanski says he has submitted a new bail offer to a Swiss court to try to free the filmmaker from jail.
The abrupt closing Sunday of Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" after only nine performances has cast a brief, uneasy shadow over Broadway's fall season, ironically one of the busiest in years.
Helmer Sidney Lumet will be honored by Italy's Federico Fellini Foundation with a lifetime achievement nod in recognition of his prolific and daringly original body of work.
An influential review of U.K. media policy, led by former BBC topper Greg Dyke and including Shine head Elisabeth Murdoch, is poised to recommend abolishing the BBC license fee.
Gallic paybox giant Canal Plus will kick off talks Monday on the French film industry's $64,000 question: how much cash will the feevee invest in local pics?
My colleague Dave McNary has a good story that may surprise those who view Hollywood as unscathed by the recession and the spiraling costs of health care: In fact, anxieties are running high…
Barry Levinson's documentary "PoliWood," which debuts tonight on Showtime, starts with the famous scene from his movie "Avalon," with a family mesmerized by the new TV set in their midst, not…