History pic "The Downfall" and youth drama "The Edukators" earned laurels from the state of Bavaria and Germany's critics association as top Teutonic pics of 2004.
Working the Town: The transient career of the modern worker has been well-chronicled. Employees leave their companies at a rate unimagined by previous generations. But what happens when a company…
Disney international TV prexy David Hulbert has ankled in a shake-up of its senior team. Promotions for John Hardie and Tom Toumazis suggest that the power axis in the division is shifting to Mouse…
Federal Communications Commission chairman Michael K. Powell opened two payola investigations Friday based on allegations raised in a recent agency meeting.
Dick Ebersol is starting to work the phones again. The NBC Universal Sports chairman is still unable to walk, colleagues said, but he is expected to return to work later this year, a positive sign…
The writers of "Million Dollar Baby" took home the 17th annual USC Scripter Award. The kudo honored the author of book "Rope Burns: Stories From the Corner," the late F.X. Toole, and screenwriter…
Coming soon: the Oscars. But the annual Academy Awards trailer has a new twist this year. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences annually produces a trailer for the kudocast, to air in…
Paramount's "Coach Carter" surged ahead of the competition over the first three days of Martin Luther King holiday weekend, scoring a $23.6 million debut and socking the "Fockers."
The forecast for Sundance this year: more deals, more celebs, more traffic jams and more swag. Sundance is at a commercial peak.
The Metro Manila Film Festival proved to be a success both commercially and artistically, despite a fluff over a producer with four entries.
The executive director of the Hong Kong Intl. Film Fest Society has been knocking on a lot of doors lately. What does Peter Tsi want? Money. The fest lost its main sponsor this year, just four months…