In the lead up to next week's Mipcom TV mart in Cannes, international distributor DRG has closed a number of deals.
The Hollywood performer unions have opted to stay out of the spotlight for the primetime feature bargaining with the congloms -- emulating the approach of the Directors Guild of America.
If international entertainment has been hit by economic crisis, European cablers are taking advantage of it.
Sept. 26, 1960 was the date of the first debate between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy, signalling a new era where television would be a dominant force in politics. Kennedy speechwriter Ted…
Entertainer Pat Boone led a Tea Party rally in Beverly Hills — a first, apparent in the mix of the designer dressed and patriotically attired — with about 350 to 400 people in sweltering heat. A…
Growing opportunities in a post-crisis market and the increasingly important role of private equity investors in European and U.S. film generated intense discussion at the Zurich Film Finance Forum.
The Philippines has chosen docu-drama "Noy," starring Coco Martin, to represent the country in the race for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
"Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," helmer Apichatpong Weerasethakul's offbeat movie that won the Palme d'Or in Cannes, is Thailand's entry for consideration in the foreign language Oscar…
"Outside the Law" will open the second Doha Tribeca Film Festival at a gala in Doha on Oct. 26.
Quincy Jones and Maria Shriver will be honored at next month's Carousel of Hope gala.