Hope springs eternal in the independent film business, as new foreign sales companies get up and running in the middle of some of the worst market conditions around.
The Doha Tribeca Film Festival arrives with high expectations as the newest entrant to the increasingly congested Arab film festival calendar, and it is the first to transpose an existing U.S. brand…
Minorities, seniors and female actors have achieved few gains in recent years in the number of film and TV roles they receive, according to casting stats released by the Screen Actors Guild.
Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen have sent out invites for a Nov. 18 fund-raiser for Attorney General Jerry Brown's bid for governor, an event that will be held at the home of…
With more and more cinemas being built every year, box office in China is booming.
Mickey Kaus defines the debate between the White House and Fox as a question of independence. He writes, "I think Fox is also not neutral (which, again, doesn't bother me) but it's also not…
As a top anchor in Los Angeles, John Beard worked during the heyday of local TV news -- covering earthquakes, riots and the occasional celebrity on the loose.
Mention Roman Polanski at a social gathering and you are likely to find yourself in a heated argument.
Dominant U.K. paybox BSkyB added 94,000 new customers in the three months to the end of September as the New Corp.-controlled company continued to defy the economic downturn.
A Paris judge has ruled that Jean-Marie Messier and Edgar Bronfman Jr. must stand trial in France for alleged insider trading, share-price manipulation and other charges during their tenure at the…
"Brotherhood," a potent first work by former fashion photographer Nicolo Donato, took the top prize at the Rome Film Festival, which wrapped its fourth edition on a high note Friday.