Organizers of Anime Contents Expo, a new toon market skedded for March 26-27, have canceled the event.
Chinese helmer Lu Chuan has discreetly started production of the $15 million epic "The Last Supper," his follow-up to "City of Life and Death," a costume drama about two warring generals.
The House Rules Committee just voted to bar any federal funding from going to NPR. This is different from past efforts to eliminate all federal funding of public broadcasting, in that this resolution…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America says that its Business of Show Business event — slated for April 5 in Washington — is being postponed. The decision was made to put off the conference, its…
Cristian Jimenez's "Bonsai" and Julia Murat's "Historias que so existem quando lembradas" are among six films at the 19th Films in Progress, hosted by Toulouse's Rencontres Cinemas d'Amerique Latine.
Renny Harlin, a director who set the bar for Hollywood action adventure with "Cliffhanger" and "Die Hard 2," will receive a career retrospective-tribute at the 32nd Mostra de Valencia Intl. Action…
The Oscar-winning docu "The Cove," the eco-activist film highlighting the slaughter of dolphins in Japan, beat "Mad Men" to win the international prize at the Royal Television Society's annual…
Sony Pictures Releasing Intl. has upped Nigel Clark to president of international marketing.
The Tokyo Anime Fair, the largest mart of its kind for toon content, has canceled its 2011 edition, to be held March 24-27, organizers announced on Wednesday.
News orgs are struggling to keep reporters safe from the radiation leaks that are threatening the northern Japan in the wake of last week's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Al Gore shaped national debate with "An Inconvenient Truth" in 2006, and framed discourse with "The Assault on Reason" the following year. Random House has landed him for a new book for 2012, a…