Former Brit Prime Minister Tony Blair has launched the 2011 edition of his global film competish, Faith Shorts, calling for entries from young people on how faith inspires them.
A Paris court has fined Google €430,000 ($600,000) plus costs over four cases of copyright infringement, according to French press agency AFP.
Gallic mini-major Gaumont has inked a multi-title deal with U.S. distributor Olive Films.
Rupert Everett will return to the West End to play Professor Higgins in George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," the play immortalized by tuner adaptation "My Fair Lady."
German sales outfit Sola Media has closed a bevy of pre-sales on "Carlo's Casino," a 3D gag-ladden toon feature produced by Danish animation helmer-producer Thomas Borch Nielsen ("Sunshine Barry and…
Tokyo -- Shipments of DVD and Blu-ray discs in Japan fell 2.7% in 2010 to $3.2 billion, according to figures compiled by the Japan Video Software Assn., the sixth year of decline.
The Montreal International Jazz Fest, billed as the world's largest, adds Robert Plant, Diana Krall, Youssou N'Dour, Peter Frampton, the duo of Brad Mehldau and Joshua Redman, and Return to Forever…
Ron Schiller, the chief fund-raiser for NPR caught on video bashing the Tea Party, is out of a job "effectively immediately," the news org says. He announced last week, before the video was…
Defunct file-sharing service LimeWire has settled a massive federal copyright infringement suit filed by eight major music publishing companies.
James O'Keefe, the conservative video sting-masters, strikes again, this time in a damaging interview with NPR's top fund-raiser and at the very moment that the news org is struggling to make sure…