The most widely acclaimed new play written in post-apartheid South Africa, John Kani's "Nothing but the Truth," will be made into a film directed by Ross Devenish ("Bleak House") and starring Kani…
Markets & Festivals
Theatrical admissions fell 9% to 48 million euros ($283 million) in the first quarter of 2003, the French Exhibitors National Federation (FNDF) said Friday.
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.
Paul Verhoeven is negotiating to direct "Solace" for New Line Cinema. Written by Ted Griffin ("Ocean's Eleven") and "The Core" producer Sean Bailey, "Solace" centers on a psychic detective tracking a…