"Always get up slow," Jim Brown advises in Spike Lee's two hour-plus documentary about the legendary running back, actor and activist, describing how he would arise from a football pile-up so that no…
Kodak got a partial reprieve on having the company's Hollywood & Highland signs covered on Oscar night. Though the most prominent sign -- the brass Kodak Theater letters above the main entryway -…
The March 24 Oscarcast hit a new low with U.S. auds, but Down Under, a record contingent of Aussie nominees had viewers watching in droves -- even if most already knew the results.
Television news and entertainment production company New Delhi Television plans to launch a news channel after its contract with Rupert Murdoch's Star News expires in 2003.
Galaxy Entertainment has entered the film production and distribution biz with an investment of over $4 million.
Dutch film workers slammed the Finance Ministry on Friday for dragging its feet on a new tax incentive scheme to support the local industry.
Everybody's a film critic, including four-time French presidential candidate Jean Marie Le Pen, who wants an injunction against the film "Feroce" (Ferocious) because it presents an extreme right-wing…
Gunnar Bergdahl has quit as head of the Gothenburg Film Festival after 15 years.
They are actors, but they don't just act. They're entrepreneurs plugged into every facet of the showbiz economy.
With one film earning tidy sums at the Australian B.O., two pictures set to roll and financing locked in for a fourth project, Australia's Ocean Pictures is riding a wave of activity.
The government and private banks are launching major funding schemes to back Bollywood films in a continuing bid to end the industry's reliance on underworld coin.