Overall road grosses were up in Week 16 (Sept. 12-18), reaching a total of $8,432,989, a positive change of $1,735,666 from the previous week.
The Backlot -- Consider the following chain of events: A mainstream movie about two gay cowboys opens in several weeks. Gay cable channels are kickstarted in the U.S., Canada and France. A new memoir…
He may be an icon in the morning, but Al Roker has his eye trained on primetime. When his shift ends in the morning, the jovial "Today" show host and weatherman leaves NBC studio 1-A and heads across…
Eleven Asian distribution houses will be hanging out at the Sitges Film Fest sales office, Oct.12-14.
To mark the passing of an era, more than 200 current and former Miramax staffers were skedded to gather for a bicoastal tribute last week in honor of the famed indie company and its founders and…
Somewhere along the way, FX hit a speed bump. Cabler's brand of "edgy" has turned more polarizing than provocative in its latest original gambles.
London Eye: As the Soho production community sinks deeper into despond, the mood a few miles north in unfashionable Kentish Town is altogether more upbeat. There, in a nondescript warehouse, is the…
Screen Actors Guild members have elected Alan Rosenberg to a two-year term as their 24th president -- a vote that is sure to cast storm clouds over future labor negotiations with studios, nets and…
In a surprise turn, Czech Bohdan Slama's "Something Like Happiness," an ensemble working class drama, emerged as the big winner at the 53rd San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, taking its Golden Shell…
The DGA has re-elected veteran director Michael Apted to a two-year term as president. Apted, who joined the DGA in 1978, was chosen Saturday via acclamation by 130 delegates to the guild's national…
Seven filmmakers participating in the 27th annual IFP Market and Filmmaker Conference garnered kudos during a Market awards luncheon on Thursday.
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