That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Sorry for the delay today. I've been on assignment this morning and early afternoon. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger held a press conference…
The latest films from two young left-of-field Spanish helmers -- Isaki Lacuesta's "The Damned" and Javier Rebollo's "La mujer sin piano" -- will compete for San Sebastian's top Golden Shell.
Fortissimo Films' head of TV and ancillary sales, Catherine Le Clef, is leaving to launch her own documentary sales shingle, CAT and Docs.
The full Senate has approved the nominations of Mignon Clyburn and Meredith Attwell Baker to the two remaining seats on the FCC.
Ken Howard's tossed his hat in the ring for president of the Screen Actors Guild as head of the Unite for Strength ticket, with the self-styled moderates aiming to strengthen their hold on SAG's…
British scribe Hanif Kureishi has been tapped to adapt Aravind Adiga's 2008 Booker Prize winner "The White Tiger."
Updated Lynn Sweet, the Chicago Sun-Times White House correspondent and columnist who asked President Obama about Henry Louis Gates last night, said that she is sure that other reporters in the room…
Flying in the face of the gloomy global film business, this year's Pusan Film Festival will be the biggest one ever after seeing its budget increased from $7.1 million to $7.9 million.
Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution has sold drama "The Vampire Diaries" as well as feature film "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" to U.K. broadcaster ITV.
Canada has always exported plenty of comic talent. Now its film industry hopes to create some homegrown comedy hits.