For the first time in three decades, Saudis in the nation's capital did something that most Westerners take for granted -- they went to the movies. But it wasn't exactly date night. No women were…
Sweden's Pirate Party, which campaigns in favor of the sharing of music and video files on the Internet, is heading to Brussels after receiving more than 7% of the country's votes in Sunday's…
The U.K. Film Council is to invest £1.12 million ($1.8 million) in Michael Radford's Spanish-language debut "La Mula," as part of its continued commitment to backing European co-productions…
Laura Ling and Euna Lee are sentenced to 12 years of hard labor for "committing hostilities against the Korean nation and illegal entry." The sentences come as North Korea warns of "extreme" measures…
In an unexpected move, the WGA has ditched efforts to settle a 2005 class-action suit over how it handles foreign levies and has opted instead to go to trial.
The Mouse House will launch Disney XD, a cable strand for boys, in Japan in August.
"Lost" won the Rocky Award for continuing series at the first night of the Banff World Television Awards on Sunday.
Nearly six months after settling out of court, Hispanic media giants Televisa and Univision head back to court Tuesday to determine whether the Mexican media conglom has the right to distribute its…
The Writers Guild of America East has expanded jurisdiction by more than a dozen cable shows over the past year, including "Johnny and the Sprites," "The Naked Brothers Band," "Important Things With…
The Gotham film community is up in arms over legislation backed by the Mayor's Office of Film and Television that would shrink the city's contribution to tax breaks for film productions and TV series.
Raising the ante on its comedy film production ambitions, powerful Spanish shingle Antena 3 Films is producing laffer "Que se mueran los feos," the sophomore pic by Spanish screenwriter-helmer Nacho…