"Score: A Hockey Musical," a made-in-Toronto romantic sports comedy featuring 19 original tunes, will world preem Sept. 9 as the opening night Gala Presentation of the 35th annual Toronto Intl. Film…
The seminal 1985 Live Aid concert, staged to help victims of famine in Ethiopia, is the subject of a new TV movie.
October's 43rd edition of the Sitges Intl. Film Festival, Europe's biggest genre confab, will see bows from top local helmers, a sprinkling of pedigree pics, and some ground-breaking auteur work -…
Elstree Studios is looking to expand its capacity with two new soundstages in order to accommodate increasing Hollywood demand.
Comcast's takeover of NBC Universal has received a green light from Europe's competition watchdog.
One of the world's few festivals devoted solely to the cinematographer's art, Poland's Plus Camerimage, is moving from its base of the last 10 years.
Emerging Pictures, the company that digitally distributes specialty films and alternative content to its network of theaters, has struck a deal with Royal Opera House subsidiary Opus Arte for North…
Piers Morgan appears to be one step closer to landing the "Larry King Live" time-slot on CNN.
Gaumont-Alphanim in Gaul has inked with Italy's Cartoon One to co-produce, distribute and license its "Teen Days" animated series.
AFTER YEARS OF SILLINESS, the Federal Communications Commission's futile efforts to shackle and penalize fleeting instances of indecency on television has, at least temporarily, hit the fan.
Bob Kerrey told Don Imus today that he was in the "final stages of negotiating" to be the next head of the Motion Picture Assn. of America. In an interview on his radio show this morning, Imus asked…