A fascinating footnote in American history, the real-life case of West Point cadet Johnson C. Whittaker is the potent subject matter of "Matter of Honor," the generally absorbing military mystery now…
Markets & Festivals
The Western Europe and U.S. markets for movie downloads will be worth a total of $1.3 billion in 2011, according to a Screen Digest report.
Canuck helmer Francois Girard's period drama "Silk" will close the Tokyo Film Festival on Oct. 28, fest officials announced Tuesday.
The city of Toronto and the Toronto Film Board unveiled a plan Tuesday to halt a slide that has seen the value of film and TV production in the city fall from C$1.2 billion ($1.1 billion) in 2000 to…
The Dubai Intl. Film Festival is launching its first film market in the UAE to beef up its industry office.
Back when it was being previewed to the press, many thought Sony's PlayStation 3 exclusive "Lair" could be one of those system-selling videogames that helped turn the PS3 into a success. Now it's…
Ironically for a game premised on its association with arguably the world's greatest action director, "John Woo Presents Stranglehold" is a technological marvel and a storytelling dud…
Sony Pictures is getting back into German feature production with the acquisition of Tommy Jaud's bestselling second novel, "Resturlaub."
CBS Corp. announced an increased dividend and a $1.6 billion share buyback in a bid to boost the company's stock, which has been flat since the beginning of the year.
The Rotterdam Film Festival has appointed two part-time directors to oversee its 2008 edition, following this month's departure of topper Sandra den Hamer, while the search for a full-time director…