That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. If last week's townhall protests proved that Republicans don't know when to stop, the mixed messages coming from healthcare reform supporters prove…
The wholly owned BBC Worldwide channel, BBC Prime, is to be rebranded as BBC Entertainment across Europe and the Middle East this fall.
Venice has named its new competition for young reviewers after Italy's late leading film critic.
Tokyo-based Xanadeux has become the latest Japanese distrib to go belly up, according to local press reports.
Revenues continued their downward slide but TV audiences rose for Univision Communications, which Monday posted 2009 second quarter net revenues of $519.5 million, down 4% from $541.4 million the…
Two "Terminator Salvation" producers have sued the Pacificor hedge fund and one of its former employees alleging financial wrongdoing in a pair of suits.
Tucker Carlson calls Tom DeLay's plans to go on "Dancing with the Stars" "bizarre." But the former House Majority Leader, who is still under indictment, is a big fan of the show. Politico reports…
A documentary featuring previously unpublished conversations between the Beatles as they worked together in London's Abbey Road recording studio will be broadcast by the BBC as part of a weeklong…
The latest incarnation of DreamWorks launched Monday as principal partners Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider and India's Reliance Big Pictures announced completion of the first phase of funding for…
Argentine cinema will be the focus of the Zurich Film Festival's international showcase this year.
The Nordic Film and TV Fund is to offer coin to distribs from outside the Nordic region -- which covers Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Iceland -- to help fund the release of Nordic pics.