July is usually a sleepy month in Holland when most media execs are on extended vacation -- but not this year. Industryites are staying in town to keep an eye on the Aug. 13 bow of Talpa, Dutch media…
A festgoer at Italy's Giffoni Film Festival might be surprised to see a large group of children watching Italian and English-subtitled films during their summer holiday, but the 35-year-old fest…
More than 1,600 industryites will dissect everything from plastic surgery on TV to the future of the BBC during the 30th Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival, to be held Aug. 26-28.
German film funds may be coming to an end, but one new outfit, Lighthouse Structured Finance, has brought together a motley crew of U.S., U.K. and German industryites for a last-ditch effort to raise…
Long before the tabs, "ET" and "Access," the Internet and bloggers, there were the sensationalist papers. And long before Robert Blake and Michael Jackson, other juicy scandals rocked Hollywood.
London Eye: New Line Cinema is hoping that Mark Burnell's novel "The Rhythm Section" will be the start of a new female thriller franchise for the studio.
The West End has been abuzz since September with the arrival of one mega-musical after another. But amid the Broadway exports ("The Producers"), film-to-stage transcriptions ("Mary Poppins," "Billy…
A Russia-Belarus-backed TV channel devoted to events in Belarus is being prepped.
Voiceover: Those in Hollywood who have to interpret the two-steps-forward, one-step-back policies of the Chinese government have their work cut out for them. Unlocking the potential of that territory…
Gallic web TF1's summer miniseries "Dolmen" ended with a bang July19, with the last episode breaking audience records as 13 million viewers tuned in for the denouement.