Earlier this week the New York Times ran a profile of Cuban musician Carlos Varela, whose in a recent trip to Hollywood and Capitol Hill (where he performed in a House committee room) is the type of…
An ambience inspired by Dante's "Inferno" and Sartre's historic one-liner that "Hell is other people" are some of the ingredients the producers of the final U.K. season of "Celebrity Big Brother"…
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Spain's regional pubcaster association Forta has picked up ABC's alien skein "V," one of the hottest TV fall rookies. "V" will start to air in Spain next year.
Vishnuvardhan, a star of Southern Indian cinema, died of a heart attack in Mysore, Karnataka in the early hours of Wednesday. He was 59.
Spain's Valladolid Film Festival will screen a Brazilian pic showcase, Emerging Brazil, as one of the highlights of its next edition.
The drama over closing the Motion Picture & Television Fund's longterm care facility and acute-care hospital will continue well into 2010.
20th Century Fox's "Avatar" grossed $19.4 million from 3,456 theaters on Monday.
The Directors Guild of America has promoted veteran execs Regina Render and Lisa Layer to assistant exec director posts.
Veteran film historian and critic Ron Holloway died Dec. 16 in Berlin. He was 76.
The backers of Proposition 8 — who will defend the initiative at a federal trail that starts on Jan. 11 — argue that the proceedings should not be televised. In a letter sent to U.S. District Court…
Will the upcoming trial over same-sex marriage will be televised?
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