The film and TV industry contributed C$964.3 million ($979 million) to the Ontario economy last year, up $18 million on 2009 as production rose to levels not seen since 2002.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee vowed Wednesday to pursue legislation sought by studios, music labels and others to battle piracy on the Internet.
Ian McKellen will take time out from playing Gandalf for Peter Jackson's twin "Hobbit" movies to star in the world preem of "The Syndicate" at U.K. regional powerhouse Chichester Festival Theater.
Congressional Democrats, led by Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.), appeared on Capitol Hill along with the PBS Kids character Arthur to call for restoring funding for public broadcasting, now threatened…
Vanja Aljinovic, a first assistant director who worked on Oscar foreign-language film winner "No Man's Land," died Monday, Feb. 15, in Santa Fe, N.M., after a car accident on the campus of Sante Fe…
In its second pickup at Berlin, Music Box Films has taken all U.S. rights to Chilean Raul Ruiz's period drama "Mysteries of Lisbon," co-produced and sold by Paulo Branco's Alfama Films.
Paris-based Wide Management has inked more sales for Lech Majewski's "The Mill and the Cross."
The California Supreme Court will take up the question of whether supporters of Proposition 8 have standing to appeal Judge Vaughn Walker's ruling that the intiative was unconstitutional. What it…
France's Ajoz Films has teamed with Spain's Tormenta Films, Maestranza Films and Zircocine to produce adventure story and political thriller "Operacion E," to be helmed by Miguel Courtois.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up U.S. rights to "In Darkness," the latest film from helmer Agnieszka Holland.
Gotham-based distributor Zeitgeist Films has acquired all U.S. rights to "The Tree," the Julie Bertuccelli pic that closed the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.