TORONTO It's going to be Clooney vs. Clooney at the awards podium -- and the box office, for a spell -- but don't tell that to George Clooney.
Toronto is a well-known hunting ground for domestic film acquisitions, but along with last year's North American sales boom came a surprising boost in a new arena: international sales and presales.
It's an age-old question: What to do on a Saturday night?
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Even in a business fueled by jealousy and schadenfreude, it's hard to find anyone who begrudges New York-based producer Anthony Bregman the success he's had this year.
New voting rules, a crowded field and more media scrutiny raise fest stakes
As LGBT films find their bigscreen runs shortened and ancillary revenues dropping, more distribs and producers are asking for a share of festival ticket sales.
Fox Intl. Prods., the studio's busy local-language production arm for overseas releases, is about to give some of its slate a specialty theatrical push in the U.S.
In 2006, a trio of twentysomething producers bet that a tale of a drug-addicted teacher could give them a niche hit and establish them as players in the tough indie world.
When a nonprofit film producer hits the jackpot at Sundance, filmmakers may benefit, but not in a traditional way.
In Hollywood, they say it's not what you know, but who you know.
When a vocalist of Aretha Franklin's stature has a free full-length concert, it should be no surprise that it drew the biggest crowd for the series in 33 years.