Turning their attention to Mexican emigrants' families south of the border, co-directors Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Hagerman uncover an affecting panorama of humanity in "Those Who Remain."
New York's production community can breathe a temporary sigh of relief: State lawmakers have voted to extend the Empire State's successful film and TV production tax credit program.
Australia's "Scorched," the U.K.'s "Battlefront" and "Britain From Above" won the three Intl. Digital Emmy Awards given out at Mip TV on Monday.
Todd Moscowitz, chief exec of Warner Music Group's indie labels, is expanding his purview to become exec VP at flagship Warner Bros. Records.
Madison Avenue has received a slight shot of optimism about reaching a new deal with SAG and AFTRA.
Julia Roberts is the revived movie star of the hour with her appearance in "Duplicity," co-starring Clive Owen. But Julia insists she is no longer catnip for the paparazzi.
Documentaries dealing with sciences, current affairs and history topped the list of most-watched programs at the two-day MipDoc mart, which wrapped on Sunday.
Vancouver rockers Nickelback felt the hometown love at Sunday's Juno Awards, nabbing best album, best group and fan choice trophies for their multi-platinum 2008 album "Dark Horse."
ICM has signed Emmy Rossum, The actress most recently starred in the Adam Salky-directed "Dare," which premiered at Sundance. Her next screen turn comes in Fox's "Dragonball: Evolution," which will…
French composer Maurice Jarre, who won Oscars for the music of "Lawrence of Arabia," "Doctor Zhivago" and "A Passage to India," died of cancer Saturday at his home in Malibu. He was 84.