It's no secret that Hollywood is skeptical of a troop build up in Afghanistan, a prospect that has even some of Barack Obama's primary boosters and fund-raisers fearing it's his Vietnam. But that…
Battling U.K. terrestrial web ITV has glimpsed the light at the end of the tunnel as it forecast a rise in advertising revenue for the first time in nearly two years.
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An economist who famously supported radical reform of the BBC is to be the chairman of U.K. hybrid pubcaster Channel 4.
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Philippe Lioret's "Welcome," Dagur Kari's "The Good Heart" and Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel's "La Pivellina" will compete at the 47th Gijon Film Festival.
A federal lawsuit filed by EMI Music's labels charges a northern California Web site with piracy.
The U.S.'s flirtation with shooting Down Under has hit a dry spell with not one big-budget U.S. feature shot in Oz in the past 12 months, the first time in nearly 20 years.
Fox Searchlight and Danny Boyle have firmed plans to make their next collaboration "127 Hours," a film that tells the story of mountaineer Aron Ralston.
Sally Hawkins and William H. Macy have boarded Abe Sylvia's feature directorial debut, "Dirty Girl," a 1980s-set coming-of-age comedy that's being shopped at the American Film Market.
No Doubt is suing vidgame maker Activision over use of the band's likeness in the new "Guitar Hero" spinoff, "Band Hero."
After calling for a boycott of all AFI events, the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has unionized more than two dozen employees at AFI's Silver Theater and Cultural Center in Silver…
Like everyone else, the independent film community is looking for signs that the economic downturn is over.