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Sebastian Junger said that Tim Hetherington, with whom he co-directed "Restrepo," "devoted his life to documenting the human cost of war, and now he has become part of that cost." Junger was…
Jeff Bridges will receive the 2011 Service to America Leadership Award from the NAB Education Foundation.
Lara Logan has given her first television interview since she was the victim of a sexual assault and beating while covering the Tahrir Square celebrations that followed Egyptian president Hosni…
President Obama is meeting with a group of celebrities this afternoon to talk immigration reform, and part of the discussions are expected to be how to "foster a constructive national conversation"…
Cannes gets political this year with the choice of Egypt as its first ever guest country. The tribute will celebrate recent reforms in public life as well as Egypt's long cinema history, the fest…
The fourth installment of Walt Disney Co.'s "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise will have a day-and-date release in China when it is released on May 20, a Disney rep said.
U.K. terrestrial web ITV has greenlit a seven-part local series of the Jerry Seinfeld created panel game "The Marriage Ref," which is distributed internationally by Endemol.
The new controller of BBC flagship web BBC1 will continue to buy Hollywood blockbusters despite hefty budget cuts at the pubcaster.
Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" has become caught up in a legal dispute over its U.K. distribution, just before the film's long-awaited premiere in Cannes.