This sweeping HBO-Channel 4 presentation features the kind of towering, "for your consideration"-worthy performance from Helen Mirren that almost defies conventional superlatives. Watching Mirren…
The U.S. has enjoyed enormous respect worldwide for its image as an open society: permeable and receptive to new ideas, new products, new peoples.
When a court in New Delhi in February freed two men accused of the murder of model Jessica Lall, the country was outraged.
South Korea prides itself on adopting new technologies fast. However, digital TV is an exception. Plans to switch to digital broadcasting in 2010 are in doubt due to regulatory, technological and…
Gaul's minorities have complained for years that they are under-represented in the TV and movie industries, both behind and in front of the cameras.
A month after Islamic militant group Hamas swept to power in the Palestinian territory in an election upset, public net Palestine TV is seeking a wider audience by inking a deal with Jump TV to go…
Italy, which has at least 2.4 million immigrants who account for 4% of the population, lags behind most of Western Europe in terms of integrating ethnic minorities in the media.
Gloomy weather, gruesome crimes and sullen detectives haunted by private demons: Thrillers "made in Sweden" have become a powerful draw on German TV.
Immigration in Spain, though massive, has come late. Spanish media -- as the country at large -- still has to catch up with the phenom.
In a world of film downloads and portable media, not forgetting DVDs, the idea of movies returning to center stage on terrestrial broadcasters' agendas sounds quaint.
The Dutch got a wake-up call 18 months ago when filmmaker Theo Van Gogh was ritually killed on the streets of Amsterdam and Dutch politician Ayaan Hirsi Ali received death threats.