Suddenly, but decisively, Europe is embracing 3-D. Opening with Pixar's "Up," Cannes underscored Europe's newfound 3-D faith. "Cannes was the defining 3-D moment. It was all about 3-D," says Erik…
Europe seems to be embracing 3-D movies, but stereo subtitles are proving to be a stubborn problem.
Industrial Light & Magic president Chrissie England will step aside in February, when she'll be replaced by the current executive in charge of production Lynwen Brennan.
Television stations across the U.S. began cutting their analog signals Friday, marking the final signoff for a 60-year-old technology and likely stranding more than 1 million unprepared homes without…
BeeTV, a personalized, electronic multiplatform programming guide that touts itself as a new way to watch television, has pulled down $8 million from Italian venture capital fund Innogest.
China's Enlight Media has unveiled an ambitious three-year slate of 40 pics for its distrib and production unit Enlight Pictures.
Old-school animation writers and producers will meet new-school production techniques in a development pact between Reveille and vidgame-centric website Machinima.com.
Theatrical-to-DVD windows for the first half of 2009 are more than two weeks longer than they were early last year, a phenomenon industry execs are attributing to this year's late Easter and the…
Dominant Gallic broadcaster TF1 inked a $271 million deal Thursday to take control of two digital terrestrial TV channels run by Groupe AB.
A survey sponsored by broadcasters says nearly 2.2 million households that rely on antennas for their TV reception are unprepared for the shutdown of analog TV signals on Friday.
A Chinese government directive requiring all new personal computers to carry Internet filtering software has caused a widespread public outcry, with critics saying the plan is intrusive and…
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