How do you find Los Angeles? If you're Robert Towne, you go 10,000 miles to South Africa.
Noises Off: Think of a politically conservative playwright?
A "For Sale" sign was still draped around the Lion's neck heading into the long Labor Day weekend after a minor flurry over a shift in the price and structure of a possible deal to sell the studio.
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When he was 12, Robert Rey and his three brothers were saved from a life of poverty in Brazil because they were adopted by a U.S. missionary who brought them to Utah.
Italy's state film entity Istituto Luce is attempting to break away from its olden days of sloppy subsidizing with a new game plan.
Road grosses fell 3.7% to $10,679,338 during Week 13 (Aug. 23-29) despite the addition of "Little Shop of Horrors" to the touring slate.
When a movie opens without being screened for critics, it's called "a cold opening." Usually it's a sign that a film is a stinker -- and the press, miffed they were shut out, is often quick to point…
Foxtel, Australia's dominant paybox, is embarking on the second phase of its expansion plan after switching to digital last March.
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" is finally unspooling here, but not without some hiccups. Distrib Panasia Films, a subsidiary of Golden Harvest, is still awaiting materials and documents, but hopes…
Elephants stampeding toward the city scared theatergoers away, as Broadway grosses dropped 12.2% to $12,595,294 and attendance fell 11.9% to 190,370 during Week 13 (Aug. 23-29), the frame before the…
The Backlot: Timid watchdogs look away as rabble-rousers trample the Fairness Doctrin.