Downtown Disney rolled out the red carpet for Saturday's world preem of "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement." Guests were greeted by Mickey and Minnie, along with all of the Disney princesses…
What does a phone company do with its digital hardware to make a bit of extra cash? Turn it into the world's largest animation studio.
The Scottish government gave MTV 750,000 pounds ($1.25 million) to lure the MTV Europe Music Awards to the capital, and the kudoscast Nov. 6 did not disappoint.
In March, the Jameson Dublin Intl. Film Festival attracted a huge crowd -- 20,000 admissions. Organizers were understandably ecstatic, they had put together the festival in little more than three…
If Edinburgh is the aristocrat, Glasgow is the working-class hero. While Glasgow is the center of Scotland's film and TV industry, Edinburgh is its major tourism draw and the site of its only major…
For a fortnight, the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival becomes the biggest style showcase outside the Paris catwalks, and the organizers of the gala screenings at the Palais have standards that…
"Bowling for Columbine" may be a blockbuster in the indie world, but many documakers still struggle on the fringe, trying to bring their socially proactive films to as many people as their meager…
In 2001, local indie distribs in major Euro territories thought they were facing disaster. And in the case of Germany, several factors combined to force a sector shakeup.
In January, a ground-breaking film festival unspooled, highlighting the edgiest, most controversial independent films around. And it took place in Turkey.
A little mouse got an elephant-sized party Sunday as Sony Pictures took over two theaters in Westwood plus a whole block to usher in "Stuart Little 2."
The lesson learned from the fable of the tortoise and the hare is not lost on Gareth Wigan, the erudite vice chairman of Columbia Tri-Star Motion Picture Group.