Paul Morrissey's "Mixed Blood" remembers New York City at its roughest, depicting an underage drug war every bit as brutal as "City of God." Gothamites who bemoan the city's ongoing gentrification…
The CeBIT, the world's largest computer and telecommunications fair, kicked off in Hanover March 9 with mobile content taking front and center.
Argentina's Jorge Rodriguez, a seasoned film and TV producer, is getting animated.
When NBC Universal shook up its exec suite in December, one name seemed to come from out of the blue: Beth Comstock.
Those lights you see burning in the middle of the night at the British Academy of Film & Television Arts' headquarters might be bleary-eyed members glued to their Xbox or PS2.
Now that homevideo is the biggest biz in Hollywood, it's just missing one thing: its own insider gossip blog. Panandscan.com, which officially launches this week, hopes to change that.
A quartet of senators has moved one step closer to putting the videogame industry in the crosshairs of a federally funded study that is likely a prelude to governmental attempts to regulate.
Nickelodeon is embracing the changing shape of the kidvid industry, and is launching an animation lab to prove it.
Disney has staked dates for its major releases through the end of 2007, including laying claim to Memorial Day next year for the third "Pirates of the Caribbean."
MTV Latin America is launching "Joystickeros," an original production from MTV Mexico devoted to the world of video gaming.
Comedy Central and iTunes have sealed a first-of-its-kind deal to make news satires "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" available to users via subscription.
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