Cerebral and uncompromising, the noted psychiatrist-pianist Denny Zeitlin used the material on his new MaxJazz disc "Slickrock" to fill the bulk of his 70-minute opening set at the Jazz Bakery. Most…
Joseph Arthur changed his tune a bit for his Troubadour shows, and that new song sounded sweet. The reliable singer-songwriter has put together a band featuring some of L.A.'s finest studio players…
New York-based DLT Entertainment and its sister company, the Theatre of Comedy, have been commissioned by the BBC to produce two 45-minute specials of hit series "As Time Goes By," starring Judi…
Two film festivals are set to open in Berlin and Cologne next year, offering local and international talent opportunities to showcase their work. Presenting a lineup of films from and about the…
Gallic films' overseas box office fell 11% in the first 11 months of 2004 to $228 million, France's film promotional org Unifrance said Wednesday. The figure includes a dip to $52 million from $67…
SBS Broadcasting has boosted Patrick Tillieux, a vet Benelux exec and current managing director of Belgian operations, to the new position of president-chairman of the management board of its Dutch…
Nordic auds will get their own local versions of MTV as the company prepares to launch different channels for Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland in 2005.
Rome-based International Recording, which specializes in creating multiple foreign language versions for theatrical and broadcast content, has been re-dubbed Technicolor.
Channel 4, in the throes of a public debate about how it can remain financially viable while maintaining a public service remit, will restructure its commercial arm 4 Ventures after helmer Rob…
It's grim news for Rupert Murdoch. Take-up of Freeview, the U.K. digital terrestrial platform backed by the BBC and Murdoch's own BSkyB, is outstripping the take-up of BSkyB by 10-to-1.