India and Cannes are both celebrating 60th anniversaries this year; six decades of the film fest on the Croisette, and six decades of Indian independence. Partly to commemorate this, seven Indian…
Dead men tell no tales, but the vocal might of tens of thousands of young women tell a singular story. The cast of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" drew high-decibel appreciation along the…
This year's BAFTA TV kudofest broke with precedent by awarding six prizes to embattled U.K. commercial web ITV1. ITV's victory was particularly sweet because rival Channel 4, in recent years a big…
The Emmys are one step closer to moving to a new home. TV Academy's Board of Governors has tentatively approved a 10-year deal to relocate the kudocast from the Shrine to the Nokia Theatre at L.A…
Imagine Switzerland-by-the-Sea, add cider, a hale-and-hearty townfolk, drizzle, green valleys and dainty whitewalled farmsteads, and you have some idea of Asturias, a mountain-backed strip on Spain's…
Unspooling in late November, the Gijon Festival, Spain's premier indie film event, is a rigorously programmed Spanish Sundance -- though admittedly with all-night partying -- claiming high-profile…
In one fell swoop, cozy, quaint Asturias is trying to forge a small but vibrant film, TV and contents industry fit for a high-tech, biz-morphing new world.