File sharing website Mininova has been ordered by a Dutch court to take down links to all copyright material within the next three months or face fines of up to Euros5 million ($7.13 million).
"The Hurt Locker" scribe Mark Boal is among nominees for this year's Gucci Group Award.
Bedeviled by the ongoing advertising downturn, restructuring costs, write-downs on its U.K. channels and start-up losses in Greece, pan-European broadcasting giant RTL Group suffered a Euros 105…
U.K. satcaster BSkyB's flagship web, Sky1, is going back to the future by investing in 12 silent shorts for "12 Days of Christmas."
Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, last surviving brother in an American political dynasty and one of the most influential senators in history, died at his home on Cape Cod after a yearlong struggle…
EuropaCorp has set Michael Caleo to write "Volcano," a crime drama that focuses on the small Bahamian island of Norman's Cay, which was turned into the fulcrum of cocaine smuggling and a hedonistic…
Japan's domestic toon market, including pics, TV shows and DVDs, has declined for the second year in a row, according to a study by private media think tank the Media Development Research Institute.
The American Film Institute announced the films selected for the 2009 AFI Latin American film fest.
Sierra Boggess and Brent Barrett are among the thesps who will appear in an upcoming London reading of tuner "Rebecca," aiming for Broadway in the coming seasons.
The third edition of Korea's Cinema Digital Seoul (CinDi) film festival wrapped on Tuesday.
A judge on Tuesday sentenced Chris Brown to five years' probation, six months' community labor for the beating of Rihanna and ordered the R&B singer to stay away from his former girlfriend for the…