Germany's much beloved film production funds, which in recent years have bankrolled roughly 20% of Hollywood's entire production budget, have been marked for extermination.
Brit producer Kate Bartlett has come a long way since her days as a BBC secretary nine years ago. She is basking in the glory of her second drama -- a contempo reworking of Geoffrey Chaucer's 14th…
If Barbra Streisand ever tires of life in Los Angeles, she might consider taking up residence in Vienna.
French filmmakers may not be molding their characters on American idols like Humphrey Bogart anymore, but nonetheless the Franco-American film exchange is in tres bien shape these days.
This was the year "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" choked, "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life" was stillborn, and "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" was somewhat less than…
Mexico's top nets are facing off in the reality arena once again, with simultaneous bows of "Big Brother VIP 2" on Televisa and novela-star-hunt "Estrellas de Novela" on TV Azteca.
Through some combination of arrogance and ignorance, it seems neither the MPAA nor the major studios anticipated the vehement opposition of the indie film community to the ban on Oscar screeners.
It's hard to picture NBC chairman Bob Wright with his hands pointed skyward, wearing a bright yellow poncho and screaming in a high-pitched voice aboard Universal Studios' Jurassic Park ride, taking…
With Bill O'Reilly, self-promotion often brings commotion. The Fox News Channel mainstay, appearing to promote his new book on NPR's "Fresh Air" show last week, ended up walking out on interviewer…
It's not "The Love Bug," but a Chevrolet Meriva will get a shot at stardom in a TV miniseries in Argentina -- thanks to an estimated $200,000 deal with the automaker.
Despite industry decline, China still kicks out close to 100 films a year. But with only two film schools, the country struggles to find enough qualified professionals to feed increasingly…