India's latest hit, both at home and abroad, is Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Kal ho na ho" (Tomorrow May Not Come). Released at the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, the Bollywood musical has…
It's not only movies that are latching onto the current comicbook craze.
Haim Saban's August takeover of ProSiebenSat 1 promised stability for Germany's largest TV group after more than a year of insecurity caused by the bankruptcy of parent company Kirch Media.
Brian Lowry: Tuning In
The twisted tale of Time Warner has had its share of villains. Now, it's got an unlikely hero in mild-mannered chairman Richard Parsons, a Hollywood-friendly genial giant who has slashed debt…
A lackluster year for French cinema is expected to translate into a 12% dip in foreign box office to some 240 million euro this year, 44% of the total B.O. for Gallic fare, according to Unifrance…
Exhibs overseas were anticipating a royal weekend as "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" began its global invasion Dec. 17, and many bookers were predicting the trilogy's finale will not…
Teutonic TV producers are increasingly tapping events from the last 50 years for a flurry of programming, now that World War II, which ended in 1945, has been relegated to a somewhat more distant…
Susan Crabtree: D.C. Spin
The Sept. 5 bow of U.K. Film Council-funded "This Is Not a Love Song" was a watershed moment in film distribution: It marked the first-ever simultaneous online and electronic cinema release of a…
The Chinese New Year is just around the corner, but this season Hong Kong film companies are also celebrating the Western New Year as a harbinger of change and good fortune.