Oscar-winning doc "The Cove," which depicts the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan, is now set for a June 26 Japanese bow on 27 screens -- but the road to release has been rocky and the…
A same-sex wedding, officiated by Liza Minnelli, kicks off "Sex and the City 2," but it is only a coincidence that the sequel's opening at the multiplex comes just weeks before closing arguments in…
HBO's "The Special Relationship," debuting Saturday, is told from the point of view of Tony Blair, but it is the Clintons who steal the show. It's not the fault of the story, which depicts Downing…
The producers of "Hurt Locker" have filed a copyright infringement suit against as many as 5,000 Internet users for pirating copies of the movie.
Telco Orange and Luc Besson's powerhouse EuropaCorp are teaming up to launch weareproducteurs.com, a web platform allowing users to participate in every stage of a film's production, promotion and…
Italo broadcast group Mediaset has bought the rights to more than 500 Italian movies with the purchase of the library formerly owned by mogul Vittorio Cecchi Gori.
Independent film distributors in France are protesting against the growth of alternative content in digitally equipped theaters.
A row between the BBC and the U.K.'s new coalition government has broken out over alleged political interference.
Simon Cowell, who bowed out at "American Idol" this week and segues next to the U.S. version of "The X Factor," will be given a special prize at next month's BAFTA TV awards.
The jury is out on whether the U.K.'s new Digital Economy Act will lead to any real behavior change of Internet piracy in the territory.
Incumbents John Hadity, Dana Kuznetzkoff and Mark Marabella have been re-elected as top officers of the Producers Guild of America East.