The Scientific and Technical Awards Committed of Academy of Motion Pictures Art & Sciences has released its shortlist of 15 sci-tech achievements being considered for Oscar consideration.
In a wide-ranging interview Canadian film mogul, Robert Lantos talked about his new venture Maximum Films as well as the fate of Alliance Atlantis, part of which he founded.
Kenneth Mills, president of the Broadcast Promotion Association in 1975-76, now PROMAX&BDA, died August 4 in New York. He was 83.
MultiChoice Africa has launched the continent's first cell phone TV service in the Nigerian capital of Abuja.
It may be entering only its fifth edition, but Vladivostok's Pacific Meridian fest, set to run Sept. 15-21, seems to going from strength to strength -- at a rate many older events might envy.
At the age of 33, Arvind Ethan David, the Malaysian-born, Oxford-educated founder and CEO of London's Slingshot Studios, has already had more careers than most people manage in a lifetime.
Belgian director Geoffrey Enthoven has stayed true to the name of Fobic Films, the production company he set up in 1999 with film-school contemporary Mariano Vanhoof.
Despite the mouthwatering prospects on offer in London's fall season -- Simon McBurney's new Complicite show "A Disappearing Number" at the Barbican; Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris directing "War…
Legend has it that 14th-century pirate Klaus Stoertebeker, on the day of his execution in Hamburg, struck a grisly deal with the town's mayor that guaranteed freedom for his captured shipmates: All…
The fourth annual Colorado Festival of World Theaterreturns to the Pike's Peak region Sept. 20-30, with a full slate of performances and workshops, including a tribute to Stephen Sondheim and the…