The Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to be a rich source of material for filmmakers even if the precarious political situation occasionally puts some of them in the front line. Several projects…
The Japan Society for the Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (Jasrac), the country's largest rights org, collected $1.2 billion in rights' fees last year, down 2.4% on 2007.
The Screen Actors Guild's contract ratification battle has kicked into high gear as both sides aim their arguments at the union's 110,000 members over the next three weeks.
Theodore Bikel has been re-elected to an 11th two-year term as president of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America, the organization through which performer unions derive their jurisdictional…
Arriving a week earlier than usual, Canadian broadcasters are already hunkered down at studio backlots across town as the L.A. Screenings are unofficially under way.
Peter Franklin, the longtime head of WMA's theater department, was among the 100-plus WMA staffers to get a pink slip earlier this week.
CanWest Global Communications, Canada's biggest media company, has evaded filing for bankruptcy protection yet again.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. There will be no ruling from the California Supreme Court on Proposition 8 on Thursday,after considerable speculation that the court would issue…
Socialist members of France's National Assembly have lodged an appeal against the government's new anti-piracy law, a week after its adoption.
Held for the first time at the Hotel du Cap, Amfar's annual Cinema Against Aids charity gala tonight will headline former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
Two Moscow-based Irish directors and film industry execs are planning to take the inconvenient truths of the 21st century east next February for Russia's debut Eco Film Festival.