Kremlin to launch a new international film promotion body.
You knew it was coming: Sarah Palin is ready to tell her side, agreeing to publish a memoir with HarperCollins. The book comes out in Spring 2010 -- the year she is up for re-election.
The New York Times says that President Obama will name Broadway producer Rocco Landesman as chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. Tony Kushner: "It's potentially the best news the arts…
WGA leaders have reminded members that they can work only for employers that have signed guild contracts -- particularly in new media.
While Fortissimo execs continue to mourn the April 5 death of visionary founder Wouter Barendrecht, the Hong Kong and Dutch-based sales, finance and production entity is moving ahead with plans to…
Four of Mexico's largest cablers, including two owned by media titan Televisa, unveiled a triple-play package Tuesday aimed at lower-income customers.
Rob Reiner will lead a noontime rally in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday to urge voters not to pass Proposition 1D and 1E — two of six measures that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says are critical to…
Last weekend Val Kilmer said "probably not" when asked whether he'll be running for governor of New Mexico. Lloyd Grove writes in the Daily Beast that it is not a definitive "no," but "rather the…
A jury led by Oscar-winning "Slumdog Millionaire" helmer Danny Boyle will judge 16 films from 16 territories competing for the Jin Jue (Golden Goblet) prize at the 12th Shanghai Film Festival, which…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. There's considerable debate among mainstream news orgs over how to write about Kirby Dick's documentary "Outrage," which identifies hypocrisy among…