Emmy's latest round of rules changes produced a mix bag of results, allowing some frosh skeins to get noticed -- and more than a few head scratchers.
Fox's quickly canceled drama "Drive" has inadvertently made TV academy history on Thursday, becoming the first-ever Primetime Emmy broadband nominee.
Argentina's government has hiked film subsidies by up to 25% to reflect higher production costs as inflation surges at an annual rate of 10% for a third year.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" has become the first foreign pic to top ¥10 billion ($82 million) at the Japanese B.O. this year, distrib Walt Disney Japan has announced.
A miraculously evenhanded treatment of a snarlingly divisive debate, "Your Mommy Kills Animals" tries to bring the animal-rights issue to heel, and there aren't enough muzzles to go around.
"David & Layla" is an earnest, frequently funny comedy about stateless persons and the looming cliches that make Muslims and Jews so wary of each other.
Japanese model-turned-thesp Koyuki ("The Last Samurai") has signed a talent management deal with Avex Entertainment, which plans to launch her in the Asian movie market.
Emmy might want to bring back the production number this year, thanks to the nominations for some out-there musical parodies.
Attention Emmy voters: There's a new broadcast network that you apparently have never heard of. It's called The CW.
Pirate copies of hit Czech pic "Empties" circulating on the Internet have been traced back to the Czech ministry of culture.