The acquisitons market continued to heat up Sunday night and Monday morning at the Toronto Film Festival as buyers circled several titles in earnest, including Richard Ayoade's feature directorial…
Mediaset, the Italo broadcast group owned by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has launched a TV channel in the U.S.
Updated Jerry Brown, speaking at a campaign stop on Sunday, offered a curious response to Meg Whitman's ad. Her spot featured Bill Clinton circa '92 charging that his then-presidential challenger…
Europe's television markets continue to improve well beyond last year's dire slump, with leading broadcasters enjoying combined growth of 10% and ad sales climbing back to near pre-crisis levels.
Gaul's dominant private broadcaster, TF1, has lost a legal challenge to the French system of production obligations and subsidies.
Vet Spanish helmer Carlos Saura's "I, Don Giovanni" won the Vintage Selection competition at Portugal's 2nd Douro Film Harvest, which closed Saturday.
Brit thesp Sam Riley ("Brighton Rock") has boarded Shakespeare conspiracy thriller "A Dead Man in Deptford," based on the Anthony Burgess tome.
Variety.com unveils today a digital version of the paper's 105-year archives.
Facing financial pressure on several fronts, the Screen Actors Guild-industry health plan will be cutting benefits, hiking premiums and tightening eligibility next year.
After much frantic last-minute tweaking and an exclusive shindig Saturday night, Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox cut the ribbon and officially rolled out the red carpet to the public on Sunday.