Internationally feted pioneering Welsh broadcaster Owen Edwards, who established network S4C, died Aug. 30. He was 76 and had been ailing from Parkinson's disease.
The Supreme Court has picked Nov. 2 to hear oral arguments in Schwarzenegger vs. Entertainment Merchants Assn., the constitutional challenge to California's ban on sales of violent videogames to…
Helmer Szabolcs Hajdu's "Bibliotheque Pascal" is Hungary's entry for consideration in the race for foreign language Oscar.
After being ordered to turn over some footage from his documentary "Crude," filmmaker Joe Berlinger now is being ordered to testify in Chevron's case involving an environmental class action suit in…
French film maestro Jean-Luc Godard won't attend the Nov. 13 ceremony to collect his honorary Oscar.
Updated The midterm troubles are only mounting for Democrats, and post-Labor Day, their efforts to raise even more money to hold their seats carries an extra element of risk: The inevitable attack…
France's Funny Balloons has sold Pablo Larrain's Venice competition player "Post Mortem" to Archibald Films in Italy.
When Cartoon Network execs were considering issues to tackle through a public-service campaign, the problem of bullying quickly emerged as a natural fit with the cabler's core demo of kids 9 to 12.
It's not pretty as two entertainment activists go at it: Wyclef Jean has fired back at Sean Penn, who criticized his Haitian presidential bid. Jean's counter-charge: Penn was too busy using cocaine…
German helmer Doris Doerrie is moving from the light-heartedness of her last feature, "The Hairdresser," to the darker and seedier side of Berlin with her next project, "Glueck."
"Glee" hits Russian screens next week when terrestrial network TNT launches a dubbed version of the Fox series.