Par gave its bigscreen adaptation of "The Honeymooners" a family friendly makeover for its DVD release, trimming saucier comments in pursuit of a PG rating -- and, the studio hopes, greater sales.
Spain's relatively uncluttered TV landscape is suddenly filling up thanks to digital terrestrial television, and the country's main players are hurriedly taking positions in content production to…
All too often, nonfiction filmmakers set out to document what they already believe to be true. Ross McElwee allows himself to be distracted from his goal, taking pleasure in getting sidetracked along…
Is Russia finally moving toward seriously enforcing intellectual copyright protection -- or not? Developments over the last week, as law enforcers launched a large-scale operation dubbed Counterfeit…
Universal has made no secret of its Oscar dreams for "Cinderella Man," a well-reviewed box office disappointment when it bowed this summer. And the studio takes its best shot at Acad riches with…
London Eye: Rupert Murdoch hates them. The home entertainment toppers of the Hollywood studios regard them as a disaster for the DVD business. And they drive video retailers crazy.
Three years ago, motion capture was being touted as the hot trend in digital visual effects. But the onscreen results have so far been a little, um, cold.
Last week's two-hour finale of "The Biggest Loser" gave NBC its biggest Tuesday night in four years -- but the Peacock isn't the only one living off the fat of the land.
Entertainment industry software companies DAX and FilmTrack have struck an alliance aimed at simplifying back-office tasks for film and TV. The alliance aims to simplify workflow and make…
South Korea has become the first country in the world to launch terrestrial digital broadcasting for mobile phones, laptops and other portable devices.
Franco-Tunisian financier and producer Tarak Ben Ammar has pacted with Silvio Berlusconi's broadcast group Mediaset to create a new digital TV joint venture. It will convert to digital the Italian TV…