When final figures came in Monday, it turned out the weekend was even better than expected.
The RAAM Cinema Awards has added four industry execs to its advisory board.
International locations have played a role in the stories of countless Oscar-winning pics. This year's contenders were shot in environments as far-flung as a shantytown in South Africa for Neill…
Films of 2009 took advantage of locales to complement stories and augment personnages. Here is a list of possible contenders:
Michael Caine has been confirmed as the recipient of the Variety Award at this year's British Independent Film Awards, which takes place Dec. 6 in London.
Erik Engstrom has taken the reins of Reed Elsevier as CEO following the resignation of Ian Smith.
The sale of NBC Universal took a step closer Monday as General Electric, which holds an 80% stake in NBC U, and Comcast agreed the price tag, according to wire reports.
Intandem Films has replaced Seven Arts Intl. as the sales agent and servicer on a slate of 13 completed pics.
London got into the festive spirit early thanks to Tuesday's world preem of "Disney's A Christmas Carol."
More than a decade has passed since "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" splashed down in the international market.
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