Moves to set up a German-Russian film academy got a boost during the Berlin Film Festival when producers from both countries elected joint chairmen of an org to further industry ties.
Ontario film and TV production activity rose 41% from 2008 to 2009, contributing C$946.4 million ($904 million) to the provincial economy, according to the Ontario Media Development Corp.
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Warner Bros. has been sued by Threshold Entertainment for alleged breach of contract.
Kathleen Turner -- who last hit the Rialto playing Martha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" -- is in talks to return to the stage as a recovering alcoholic nun.
Gallic thesp Vincent Cassel will topline in "The Monk," an 18th century-set suspenser based on Matthew Lewis' Gothic novel.
Polish producers and filmmakers will be invited to take part in a special seminar on better ways to promote their work internationally.
Democrats now are tasked with finding a candidate for Senate in Indiana, after Evan Bayh declined to run again and no other contender submitted enough signatures to make it on the primary ballot…
Pacificor LLC has reported a high level of interest from Hollywood about the rights to 'Terminator.'
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Obama would be open to appearing on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," says his press secretary Robert Gibbs, but he's less sure about an…
Efforts by India to amend its 53-year-old copyright act has been thrown into disarray as Bollywood multihyphenate Aamir Khan resigned Tuesday from the panel set up to debate the changes.
Just over thirty years ago, Michael Douglas produced and starred in "The China Syndrome," about an accident at a nuclear power plant. A couple of weeks later came Three Mile Island, the very real…