It's another sweltering day in heat-wave stricken France, but Claude Lelouch is cool in a clifftop hideaway at his 16th century manor a few miles from Deauville -- where he shot some of his 1966…
Call Arnold Schwarzenegger a wealthy man, a successful entrepreneur, even a member of the Kennedy clan. But don't call him a Hollywood actor.
Though Congress declared 2003 the Year of the Blues, the first nine months have been about anticipation. At the center of the long-gestating celebration is "Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues," a…
Reflecting concern over the more condensed Oscar schedule as well as the continually rising cost of competing overseas, the Toronto Intl. Film Festival will embrace far more high-profile product than…
The Bollywood film industry is back in the black after massive losses last year, and the best is yet to come in the second half of the year.
By now, Vivendi Universal has resigned itself to the fact that it's not getting a $14 billion check for Viv U Entertainment anytime soon.
More than ever, cable nets are showing they can bring viewers to the party -- but keeping that buzz going is a far more difficult task.
Thailand's three major Bangkok-based chains are fast expanding into provincial areas, challenging the six dominant regional distributors-exhibitors.
The Public Theater won't be welcoming "The Visit" to its 2003-04 season as originally announced.
Rupert Murdoch will finance a chair in communications at Tsinghua U., a move likely to improve his relationship with Chinese authorities. His Star TV is one of the few Western stations broadcasting…