Rosa Passos was a victim of being born too late: Part of bossa's second wave at the end of the 1960s, she developed quite a following in her homeland, though her recordings never reached American…
Bigger and more popular than ever, the Sarajevo Film Festival wrapped Saturday with a celebration of its 10th anni, with Anthony Minghella, Gerard Depardieu and Carole Bouquet in attendance.
Amid the strongest lineup of contenders in several years, Pawel Pawlikowski's offbeat tale of a teen sapphic romance, "My Summer of Love," scooped the Michael Powell Award for best British feature at…
"Hero" apparently was worth the wait. Two years after the Jet Li martial arts spectacle became a blockbuster in Asia, grossing more than $100 million, the Chinese pic opened with $17.8 million in…
In the celebrity infotainment complex, what's a publicist to do? Time was when the biggest media-relations decision was choosing between Leno and Letterman, Vanity Fair and GQ.
From dominant commercial channel TF1's short-lived "Riviera" to pubcaster France 2's ill-fated "Cap des Pins," French TV history is peppered with tales of failed soap operas.
Shut down in Iraq, its banner torn down from the Democratic Convention, the last few weeks have not been good for Al Jazeera.
The once-staid BBC has jumped on the flash-mobbing bandwagon in an attempt to woo younger auds to its arts programming.
Discovery Networks' "Reel Race" will be its first Asian-produced reality TV series to air internationally.
If the incredible buzz and boffo box office business done by "The Passion of the Christ" and "Fahrenheit 9/11" has taught us one thing, it's that controversy sells.