Thailand's National Legislative Assembly passed the controversial Film Act on Thursday, replacing laws that have been largely unchanged since 1930.
As you probably gleaned from the WGA statement below, no decision appeared to come out of today's talks between Worldwide Pants and the Writers Guild. Worldwide Pants is looking to secure a waiver…
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The scale of losses to piracy in the Korean film industry is escalating sharply as pirates and the consuming public move ever more online.
Mexican media conglom Televisa's bid to break its contract with Univision Communications is heading to trial after a judge rejected claims by Univision that there was insufficient evidence to justify…
Not much new here, but the AMPTP does single out three of the six WGA proposals that, according to the AMPTP, have to be taken off the table for negotiations to resume. Those are areas are…
They're fighting over everything else under the sun, so it should come as no surprise that WGA and AMPTP produced dueling surveys on Thursday to show that America backs the scribes, or America could…
Four leading Japanese multiplex operators -- T Joy, Tokyu Recreation, United Cinemas and Warner Mycal -- have agreed to cooperate in scheduling and digitalization, according to company sources.
Japan is set to be the country of honor at next year's MIP-TV (Apr 7-11, 2008) in Cannes.
My guess is that most voters, save for the political junkies, will just start to tune out come this weekend. The Clinton and Obama campaigns have been at it for much of the day — not the candidates…
As a member of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic committee I remember in 1980, after the Soviet Union invasion of Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter threatened the Soviet Union with a U.S. boycott of the…