Overseas auds won't mistake the upcoming "XXX" sequel for a speech by President Bush. While the action pic starring Ice Cube will go out Stateside with the title "XXX: State of the Union," in foreign…
MADRID -- With the video market in Spain in disarray, it looks like one distrib, at least, has found a niche with room to grow.
Six years ago, "Star Wars: Episode 1" became the first movie to be commercially projected with digital technology. Execs in 1999 heralded d-cinema as the future of exhibition and George Lucas set a…
The barrage of news footage covering the death of Pope John Paul II that is being beamed around the world comes, surprisingly, from just one source.
Here we go again. It's already the stuff of legend how Time Warner lost out on the bidding for MGM to Sony and its partners. So Time Warner topper Richard Parsons must have winced last week when…
PARIS -- As grand entrances go, international sales specialist Wild Bunch's recent arrival on France's crowded theatrical distribution scene had plenty of panache.
Rupert Murdoch is always about to leave for China, it seems, and Sumner Redstone has just returned. The test of executive chops nowadays isn't putting together multi-billion-dollar media mergers…
American families aren't watching as much television together these days, but it's not like broadcast nets are giving mom, pop and the kids much to bond over anyway.
Holy bipartisan silliness, Batman! April 11, D.C.'s Arena Stage hosts its annual benefit featuring political and media celebs in a spoof of the movies, the zeitgeist and -- gasp! -- themselves.
The seventh Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film unspools April 12-24, the country's biggest in terms of pics and second in international prestige to Mar del Plata.