The lineup of the 2010 Edinburgh Intl. Festival focuses on the Americas and the New World, with helmer Jonathan Mills shifting the character of the traditionally Euro-centric event to include more…
In the wake of Friday's closing of ImageMovers Digital, the animation business has been hit by a double-whammy of bad news.
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"The Hurt Locker" may have won the Oscar for best picture, but Hollywood is not ready to greenlight more Iraq war pics. With the disappointing results of "Green Zone," and only a mild box office…
European digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media has secured €50 million ($68.6 million) in funding for its theater conversion program.
Veteran entertainment exec Stanley Gold has returned to the Beverly Hills law firm Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown after spending 25 years working alongside Roy E. Disney at Shamrock Holdings.
Hollywood studios are offering expressions of support for the FCC's roadmap for achieving near-universal, high-speed Internet coverage across the country.
Cameron Mackintosh's newly conceived touring production of "Les Miserables," the world's longest-running tuner, will play a three-week sitdown at London's Barbican Theater Sept. 14-Oct. 2, ahead of a…
The founder of Robot Communications is stepping down.
This year's MTV Networks Intl. Europe Music Awards are to take place in Madrid's Caja Magica stadium in front of 12,500 fans on Nov. 7.
Endemol is opening another production hub in Argentina following fresh commissions for its formats.
The FCC officially unveiled the National Broadband Plan this morning — in common speak, it's a roadmap for where the Internet is going in the next decade — and Hollywood's focus has been on what it…