Like everyone else, the independent film community is looking for signs that the economic downturn is over.
"Slumdog Millionaire" director Danny Boyle will receive the 2010 Intl. Award at the U.K.'s RAAM kudofest in February.
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Comcast posted solid third-quarter earnings, but many on Wall Street remain unimpressed.
The current Broadway revival of "Hamlet" toplined by Jude Law has recouped its $2.5 million capitalization costs, according to producers.
At News Corp., the profit picture at the film and TV units is improving nicely, but the company's digital strategy is in need of a reboot.
WarnerTV, a linear television channel featuring Warner Bros. programming like "Gossip Girl" and "The Mentalist," is slated for a launch in Asia in 2010.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The spin on cable last night had pundits from the right arguing that the results were a referendum on Obama and those on the left contending that…
The London Film Festival ended with a record number of audiences and industry talent in attendance.
U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs has initiated a legal battle with beleaguered Canuck broadcaster Canwest Global Communications over control of Canwest's Canadian cable channels.
"Albatross," the new film by CinemaNX, the Isle of Man backed finance and production company has begun production with German thesp Sebastian Koch ("The Lives of Others") and Julia Ormond.
After the defeat of same-sex marriage in Maine, the spotlight has again shifted to California, where Ted Olson and David Boies are pursuing a case in federal court to overturn Proposition 8. U.S…
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