Four more producers in British Columbia are on the verge of moving projects to Ontario to take advantage of better tax breaks, even though most crews and actors won't be able to follow the work.
Location filming in London rose 10% in 2004, making it the third busiest film production center behind Los Angeles and New York, according to Film London statistics released Wednesday.
BBC chair Michael Grade plans to set up a board to make sure the pubcaster's commercial activities are run more professionally.
Showing a preference for darker themes, Directors Guild of America members have tapped HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "The Sopranos," plus ABC's "Desperate Housewives" for two nominations each in…
China is expanding access for foreign satellite broadcasts, extending permission from four- and five-star hotels (which already carry the channels) to three-star establishments.
Former Endemol chief operating officer Ronald Goes has been named CEO of Talpa Media Holding, the umbrella outfit for Dutch media mogul John de Mol's new multiplatform company.
Spyglass Entertainment has inked a deal with Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat 1 group for all German-language TV rights to the U.S. company's future productions.
The American Society of Cinematographers has opted for dramas covering crime, music, war, religion and aviation in its nominees for its top feature award.
The odds of a strike by casting directors and associates has risen several notches with a strong pledge of support from a top official of the Teamsters union.
Seismic shifts dramatically reshaped the network TV landscape this fall -- and the aftershocks are still being felt. Longtime leader NBC fell from grace while CBS continued its steady march to the…
CBS' misadventure with President Bush's National Guard service came to its predictable conclusion this week. A handful of staffers were either fired or asked to resign, while both outgoing anchor Dan…