The Berlin Intl. Film Festival is teaming up with Magnum Photos to celebrate the agency's 60th anniversary by showcasing films by and about the cooperative's members at the upcoming fest.
Must surely be Tom Cruise. I think the whole year it was Tom Cruise. I can’t even remember him getting divorced, but I remember him jumping on that chair and then being “let go” by his own studio…
About 500 children from the Los Angeles area celebrated the holiday at Sony Pictures Entertainment's LINKS Children's Party Dec. 16.
Paul Shurgot, a key member of Disney's financial team for more than 11 years, has been promoted to senior VP-chief financial officer of the Walt Disney Studios.
Film and TV production in most of Canada is "a few days away from a major disruption," said brass at the union representing the country's actors after a clash between thesps and U.S. producers led to…
In a topsy-turvy year for the digital download biz, a videogame service in just a few million homes is ending 2006 with more momentum than the world's biggest e-tailer.
The creators of YouTube had a grassroots concept that turned into a viral goldmine. Now showbiz's mega-congloms want to get into the act. But grassroots and viral are foreign words to showbiz…
After a soft start, "The Nativity Story" is showing respectable legs at the domestic box office in the days leading up to Christmas, but it's been shunned by moviegoers outside the States.
Tina Fey will host the 59th Writers Guild of America Awards celebration in Gotham, set for Feb. 11 at the Hudson Theater in the Millennium Broadway Hotel.
Antonio Banderas' sophomore pic as a helmer, the coming-of-ager "El Camino de los ingleses" (Summer Rain), has been selected for February's Berlin Film Festival.
Leon F. Embry has been named president-CEO of 176-year-old play publishing company Samuel French USA. Previously vice president, he has served on the New York-based company's board of directors since…
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