The Russian government is considering introducing a centralized automated system to ensure cinemas correctly report box office sales.
Hong Kong's Celestial Pictures has appointed former Star TV exec Gillian Zhao as its China m.d., based in Beijing, where she will handle channel distribution, content licensing, and film and TV…
FremantleMedia has scored a coup by persuading the Chinese to produce a local version of gameshow "Hole in the Wall," a format that originally emerged in Japan.
I've been on an assignment the last day or so, so posting has been light, but here's a clip from last nights "The Colbert Report," in which Vice President Joseph Biden is the guest and, among other…
U.K. "super-indie" All3Media has tapped BBC Worldwide's head of content and production, Wayne Garvie, for a key international role.
Canuck pop culture dominates Toronto this year: "Score: A Hockey Musical" (Mongrel Media) launches the fest in a gala screening, while "Fubar II" (Alliance), the sequel to Michael Dowse's metalhead…
Don Johnson has been awarded an additional $28.5 million in interest payments on his share of profits from his CBS series "Nash Bridges."
From its shiny new downtown home, the Toronto Film Festival launches what may be its most ambitious edition tonight.
Sexually graphic films are a given at almost any international film festival, to the point where it might seem naive to acknowledge the sheer number and variety of explicit images one has encountered…
A consortium led by NTT DoCoMo, one of Japan's major mobile communications companies, has received a government nod to begin offering a broadcasting service targeting cellphone and other mobile…