BBC journalists have voted in favor of strike action in a dispute over pensions.
Warner Bros.' U.K.-based international TV production arm is partnering with John de Mol's Talpa Media to sell, adapt and produce entertainment formats owned by Talpa.
Veteran Indian helmer Singeetham Srinivasa Rao, who has more than 50 films to his credit, will shoot a film on the life of Jesus Christ on location in Israel.
Gallic media conglom Vivendi reported positive results Wednesday, with revenue up 6.1% on the same period last year to E14 billion ($18 billion).
With the summer season officially coming to an end this weekend, overall box office receipts are lagging slightly behind the same period last year.
The 67th Venice Film Festival bows today with a return to auteur basics, kicking off with the world preem of Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller "Black Swan."
With a midnight deadline approaching, it appeared as though a California ban on plastic bags at supermarkets was headed for defeat. Hollywood environmentalists lobbied heavily for the bill, and…
Neither phantom bed bugs, nor last-minute tweaks or gossipy tweets will stop the Toronto Film Festival throwing the doors open to its new headquarters on Sept. 12.
Veteran tenpercenter Mike Eisner has been tapped to head business and legal affairs for Hasbro Studios.
Entertainment One has inked a multiyear, first-look deal with new film and TV shingle Blue Ice Films.
California lawmakers have approved a bill that will create harsher penalties for paparazzi who berate celebrities or chase them down in reckless driving to snap their photo. The bill is now headed to…