Kang Woo-suk and "Michael" Kim Jung-sang, the co-toppers of South Korean major Cinema Service, have ankled from the company that Kang founded in 1993.
Roman Polanski has been awarded £50,000 ($87,000) in damages, after winning his libel action over Vanity Fair for an article that depicted him as "callously indifferent" to the memory of his murdered…
The Bush administration gave a helping hand to creatives Friday by announcing a special Cabinet-level position to protect U.S. intellectual property abroad, where most piracy occurs.
Mel Gibson has found the passion to get back behind the camera again. Gibson is delving back into antiquity -- this time with an action picture -- and Disney has won a bidding war to distribute the…
The battle between Montreal's rival film festivals continued Thursday. Just one day after Serge Losique's Montreal World Film Festival announced it had regained accreditation from the Paris-based…
Picnics are deceiving. On paper, nothing sounds more lighthearted and easygoing than food you tote in its own carryall, served beneath the stars or some other bucolic location.
Los Angeles should love the Maybach. With laminated glass windows 7.2 mm thick, the whine of a Metro bus is a murmur. Down-filled neck pillows, HVAC air filters and a 110-degree adjustable foot rest…
FremantleMedia has tapped Cecile Frot-Coutaz CEO of FremantleMedia North America, the company behind the production of "American Idol" and a key player on the international programming scene.
The quality of the world's rose has reached the point that it's no longer an embarrassment to drink pink.
Fox TV Studios is beefing up its development roster, inking a first-look deal with manager-producer Larry Shuman. Shuman, who helped put together the deal for FTVS-produced "The Shield" with client…