Argentina's Senate on Saturday approved contentious reforms of the broadcasting sector that will break up private networks and give the state greater control over the airwaves -- a move critics say…
Mediaset, the TV group controlled by Italo Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, is suing center-left newspaper La Repubblica for claims made about an alleged multimillion-dollar money laundering…
Japan's Supreme Court has nixed an appeal by two producers of DVDs accused of violating copyrights.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Abu Dhabi's $1 billion production arm Imagenation can't stop making deals.
Dominic Murphy's "White Lightnin' " took the top prize, the Golden Hitchcock, as well as the Kodak Prize for cinematography, as the 20th British Film Festival came to a close Sunday in Dinard, France.
The American Film Market's 30th edition, running Nov. 4-11 in Santa Monica, will screen 445 films to some 8,000 pic buyers from around the world.
Abu Dhabi's annual film fiesta kicked off Thursday with the launching of the third editions of its Middle East Film Fest and Circle film financing confab.
Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio's "Alamar" and documentary "Presunto culpable" (Presumed Guilty) swept the Morelia Film Festival.
Korea's CJ Entertainment and Japan's T-Joy are launching an investment and distribution joint venture in Japan.
Latin America's largest sprocket opera, the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival wrapped Oct. 8 with Esmir Filho's debut pic "The Famous and the Dead" nabbing the top Redeemer feature jury prize, as well as…
This will be my last post before Ted Johnson returns. I'd like to thank Ted for allowing me the opportunity to take the reigns of Wilshire & Washington while he was gone. It has been an honor and a…