Helmer Atom Egoyan's "Chloe" opened the 57th San Sebastian Festival on Friday, but Quentin Tarantino and Brad Pitt stole the day's show.
Hollywood scribes have narrowly elected John Wells to the presidency of the Writers Guild of America West, returning to him to the post he held a decade ago.
RTL's struggling British free-to-air web Five may be forced to convert into a pay TV service to survive.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. CNN anchor Rick Sanchez took on Fox News after the network ran an ad in the Washington Post today with a picture of last weekend's 9/12 protests on…
Felix van Groeningen's "The Misfortunates" will represent Belgium in the race to secure a nomination for the 2010 foreign-language Oscar.
Asian countries have begun to reveal their entries for the Oscar foreign-language category, although China is staying tight-lipped on its entry.
Launched a year ago by Paris-based Interactifactory, "Toobo," the first CGI-animated weather report for kids, has become a hit on Gallic DTT nets.
Much of the U.K. TV industry is in crisis, but don't expect Google to help search for an answer to the broadcasters' problems.
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have opted for incumbents in their election, which saw Michael Winship officially re-elected as president after running unopposed.
Former Miss California Carrie Prejean "stole the show" at this morning's Value Voters Summit session in Washington. Per ABC News' The Note, she told the crowd, "Even though I didn't win the crown…
The National Association of Broadcasters is naming Gordon Smith, from the law firm Covington & Burling and a former two-term Oregon senator, as its new president, according to a source familiar with…