"Better late than never" is not an adage that applies to the campaign for the British Academy Film Awards.
Marion A. Doran, who started her career typing scripts for Preston Sturges before marrying film exec. D.A. Doran, died Dec. 26 in Woodland Hills, Calif. She was 96.
A film bill seeks to place limits on the distribution rentals that Hollywood studios can charge in Spain. Presented Thursday by Spanish Culture Minister Carmen Calvo in the form of a 13-page…
Zhang Yimou's $45 million Oscar contender "Curse of the Golden Flower" followed up its record-breaking opening weekend B.O. of $12.5 million with a 50 million yuan ($6.4 million) take in the second…
Lois Hall, whose career spanned six decades beginning as a leading lady Westerns for Republic Pictures, died Dec. 21 in Los Angeles. She was 80.
China's courts have had a busy Christmas week making noticeably public displays of their role at the frontline of the government's war against infringement of intellectual property rights. Chinese…
Venezuela's president Hugo Chavez has declared that he will not renew the license of local web RCTV in March, making good the threats he made prior to his landslide re-election on Dec. 3.
A list of what is undeniably passé and conversely, the looks to embrace in 2007.
Marmaduke Hussey, who spent a decade as chairman of the BBC, positioning it for the digital era, died Dec. 27. He was 83.
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling in favor of how the WGA West awarded screenwriter credits on "The Last Samurai."
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