Bernard Madoff, mastermind of the elaborate Ponzi scheme that ensnared showbiz figures including Steven Spielberg, was sentenced to the maximum of 150 years in prison Monday.
From Washington: The Supreme Court delayed a decision on whether the election-year documentary “Hillary, the Movie” should have been regulated by campaign finance law or if it was a protected form…
Russian films swept the board at the 31st Moscow Intl. Film Festival, which closed Sunday.
Universal Pictures' movies-on-demand subscription service, PictureBox, is to bow on U.K. cable operator Virgin Media.
There aren't many members willing to officially declare for the hot-potato office of SAG president.
The Directors Guild of America and Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers have concluded their first day of formal contract negotiations and plan to resume talks Sunday. Neither side…
It wasn't the usual, run-of-the-mill premiere.
On July 20, French President Nicolas Sarkozy faces one of the toughest tests of his career -- reintroducing an antipiracy law to the country's National Assembly.
Each week, I'm going to try to present some of the better comments to stories and posts: Fund-raiser Ambassadors: Peter Bridges, the U.S. ambassador to Somalia from 1984 to 1986, had this response to…
A new tool has emerged to help those who want to extend film and TV properties across multiple platforms.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.Tributes to Michael Jackson have highlighted his White House visits, in particular a famous ceremony in which Ronald and Nancy Reagan honored him…