"Sesame Street" led all shows at the 33rd annual Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Awards on Saturday night, winning seven of PBS' 12 trophies.
"Silent Hill" pushed "Scary Movie 4" out of first place with a $20.2 million bow, but Universal was the studio left frightened after "American Dreamz" opened to just $3.7 million.
Now that the Rolling Stones have rocked China, concert promoters are eager to give Chinese auds more satisfaction with other Western acts.
Is Chile the new Argentina? The tiny country of 15 million has seen its film output nearly triple in recent years. From an abysmal average of five pics a year between 1997 and 2003, Chilean…
By 1930 the lot of women in showbiz had only modestly improved, though Variety was arguably taking them more seriously as professionals. The belittling epithets used to describe "the dear little…
Beyond the usual U.S. tentpoles and French pics, the rest of Cannes' Official Selection dances to a Latin beat.
There are high hopes that the embattled English-language sector of the Canadian film industry will be hitting the road to redemption this summer with the release of two popular comedies, "Trailer…
When Cannes put 20th Century Fox's "Moulin Rouge" on its dancecard as an opening night pic in 2001, the move -- engineered by then-new artistic director Thierry Fremaux -- was a sign that the…
Russia's national festival Kinotavr, which runs in the Black Sea resort of Sochi June 4-12, has announced a strong lineup -- and continuing emphasis on international promotion of Russian product.
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Money can't buy everything. Products like these, which are sold out, already have a wait list of folks clamoring for the next precious shipment.