The U.S. State Dept. has revealed its latest diplomatic tool: user-generated content. At the U.N. on Monday, representatives revealed the Democracy Video Challenge, a government initiative…
"Les Lavigueur, la vraie histoire," based on the true story of a Quebec family who won millions on the local lottery, was the big winner at the Gemeaux Awards, the annual awards for French-language…
At first blush, it's a finding that sounds like cause for celebration for culture-over-commerce purists: According to a report by Nielsen, product placement on primetime programming for the first six…
The wild life of France's most notorious modern-day criminal, Jacques Mesrine, is delivered with the rushed urgency of an overnight package in "Public Enemy Number One."
PICTUREHOUSE, a company that is set to totally disappear from Warner Bros., has thrown a lot of last-gasp dough at the new film of "The Women".
Local films took the majority of prizes at the Kazakh festival Eurasia, which ended Sept. 13 in the country's administrative capital, Astana.
With the prospects of a $2 billion acquisition by Electronic Arts gone, investors fled "Grand Theft Auto" publisher Take-Two Interactive on Monday, driving its stock down by 24%.
Endgame Entertainment's "A Chorus Line" docu "Every Little Step" sold to Sony Pictures Classics, which is acquiring North American and Australian rights for a mid-six-figure minimum guarantee.
Ben Affleck will rewrite, direct and star in "The Town," a Warner Bros. adaptation of the Chuck Hogan novel "The Prince of Thieves."
William Morris Agency is repping three variety show formats from Japan's TV Asahi network in the U.S. and U.K. markets.
When the first pressings of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' "Raising Sand" arrived at the studio of producer T Bone Burnett, he was astonished at the difference between the CD and the sound of the…