It’s difficult to count the number of TV shows that aired in the U.S. this past year that were nominated for the primetime Emmys because there were simply so many (…)
SPI International is working on creating brand-new, innovative, and tailor-made products to fit the demands of ever-changing customer tastes.
As SPI is planning to continue its geographic expansion in the next (…)
When a distribution company in the U.S. licenses a program or a movie to any TV outlet in Italy, the content seller can take a reduced eight percent withholding tax (…)
Russia wanted its own Internet as early as 2017, and now China is developing its own version of the Internet. It won’t be compatible with today’s world’s standards.
In addition to (…)
Here we finally are at this newest edition of Rendez-Vous Biarritz (which opens today and will last until September 9, 2020).
It’s a very special and unique edition, because, for the (…)
By Dom Serafini
Pedro Simoncini was involved with Canal 11, a local TV channel in Buenos Aires, from 1957 until 1993. In 1989, he used the channel as the flagship station (…)
Seven artistic directors of the principal European film festivals got together during the opening night of the 77th annual Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2020 in Sala Grande in the Palazzo del Cinema on the Lido, in representation of (…)
By Dom Serafini
Three Emmy organizations are at crossroads: one from Los Angeles, and two from New York City. The one from L.A. is the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (…)
Throughout the years, U.S. film and TV veteran Irv Holender has been involved with over 10 entertainment enterprises, and acquired film and TV libraries from more than 30 companies, some (…)