SAG leaders have announced that they will open an upcoming March 27 Hollywood division board meeting to a limited number of members. The opening of the confab follows through on a campaign promise by…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors handed out kudos in 16 categories at the 53rd Golden Reel Awards on Saturday at the BevHilton. Feature film honors in sound editing went to a quintet of pics this…
The nation's most famous temp has just finished a year at the helm of "CBS Evening News," but retirement is on his mind. When CBS topper Leslie Moonves first proposed that Bob Schieffer take the…
Romanian director Cristi Puiu's tragicomedy "The Death of Mr. Lazarescu" snatched the feature prize at the third Mexico City Contemporary Film Festival, or Ficco, on Saturday night.
In a weekend with four debuts uniformly failing to impress, Madea and her family topped the box office for the second frame in a row. Despite a sizable drop of 57% to $13 million, "Madea's Family…
In Argentina, rapid inflation is threatening to cool the box office and narrow margins.
Agents are famous for boasting they just cut the best deal Hollywood has ever seen. With the recent flood of private equity money into Hollywood, there's bound to be the same sort of jockeying…
The earliest issues of Daily Variety in the fall of 1933 introduced several features that are still part of the paper's makeup today.
The clock is ticking in the festering dispute between U.K. broadcasters and independent producers over how new-media rights are divvied up.
Hollywood loves a bandwagon. If something's hot, you can bet others will jump onboard. But the piggybacking is reaching wacky levels of late.
With government grants, RGM Holdings' $100 million film fund and LaSalle-SIA's new School of Film just opened, can Singapore finally make its mark on the movie industry?