At a film summit over the weekend, Michael Naumann, minister of culture, and the newly formed Federation for Film have agreed to work together to improve the movie industry at home and abroad.
Marketing shop Pittard Sullivan and Southern California real estate developer Samitaur Constructs are to open Stage-2, a 10,000 square foot production space in Culver City on May 1.
Killer foreign preems by "The Matrix" in Australia and New Zealand was one of the few highlights of a generally soft B.O. frame overseas at the weekend as takings languished in product-starved Europe…
The House approved a bill Monday aimed at giving the National Park Service greater incentives to attract film and photo shoots.
"Happy, Texas" writer-producer Ed Stone and exec producer Jason Clark have set up their next pic, family adventure "Princess," at Paramount Pictures.
Studio Ghibli has announced it will produce a new animated comedy, "My Neighbors the Yamadas," based on the serial cartoon by Hisaichi Ishii that appears in Asahi Shiumbun, a major daily newspaper in…
EMI Recorded Music confirmed Monday that it has named industry pioneer Jay Samit senior veep of new media, signaling a beefing up of its online efforts.
Advertisers shied away from TV Azteca in the first quarter, as No. 2 Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca reported a 22% decline in revenue.
Rapper Eminem, whose debut "The Slim Shady LP" is the nation's bestselling rap album, has inked a worldwide co-publishing deal with Famous Music.
Regal Cinema's parent, Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts, is one of three contenders bidding for the 900-screen U.S. circuit being auctioned by Australia's Hoyts Cinemas.
After more than 60 years without a permanent venue in which to screen its vast library of titles, Italy's National Cinematheque will open its own theater in Rome this year. It has also announced…