Theatrical admissions fell 9% to 48 million euros ($283 million) in the first quarter of 2003, the French Exhibitors National Federation (FNDF) said Friday.
Markets & Festivals
20th Century Fox thriller "Phone Booth" dialed up a weekend-topping $15 million in estimated opening grosses after being put on call-waiting by last fall's East Coast sniper crisis.
Ticket sales bode well for the 16th Singapore Intl. Film Festival (SIFF) to be held April 17-May 3. But the mystery pneumonia SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) plaguing the region has already…
War -- what is it good for? Songwriting, evidently. Barely two weeks old, the conflict in Iraq has already produced nearly as many musical viewpoints -- both pro and con -- as the entire Vietnam War.
When People magazine is embedding journalists, it's clear the war is affecting everyone.
As a slew of new movie releases proved box office disappointments, pundits have blamed audiences' war jitters.
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The Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group has ambitious plans to make its new C$120 million home, dubbed Festival Center, a world-class draw for film enthusiasts year-round, Group director Piers Handling…
Columbia Pictures is bringing out the big guns to adapt two books by author Chris Van Allsburg.
DEJ Prods., Blockbuster's film acquisition/distribution shingle, is charging into bigscreen territory for the first time with the drama "Home Room."