If the honeymoon is over for President Obama, so too is the pushback. His fourth primetime press conference, carried by all of the broadcast networks except Fox, saw Obama not get too rattled. Given…
Fireworks Intl., the TV and digital programming distribution arm of Blighty's ContentFilm, has taken worldwide distrib rights to Fox Intl. Channels' short-form skeins.
Hollywood summer tentpoles are doing big business at the international box office, and not just Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
Brit company Kneehigh Theater's stage adaptation of the 1945 David Lean pic "Brief Encounter" will have its U.S. premiere at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater in the fall.
The upcoming Venice Film Festival is shaping up as a launching pad for plenty of U.S. kudos hopefuls, a strong European lineup and new works from big-name helmers including Steven Soderbergh, Michael…
A new Web venture has launched that tops any other power list: A "power grid," a constantly updated list of where hundreds of pundits, media professionals, print and broadcast journalists and moguls…
Anime auteur Mamoru Oshii ("Ghost in the Shell," "Innocence") has announced his first live-action pic in eight years.
British pay TV channel provider UKTV has sold its first show to the U.S.
Janice Min, the editor in chief of Us Weekly for six years, is leaving the celebrity magazine to pursue "other opportunities."
The Sarajevo Film Festival announced Wednesday its feature and short film competition lineup rich in world, international and regional premieres for its 15th edition, which bows Aug. 12.