The Feb. 23 premiere for "Hall Pass" had a strongly sentimental feel.
"Presunto Culpable" (Presumed Guilty) opened Feb. 18 in Mexico and is on pace to be the most successful documentary in the nation's history.
Broadway box office got a healthy boost in Week 39 (Feb. 14-20), with almost every production posting a week-to-week gain -- including "The Lion King," which became one of the rare tuners to nudge…
Cartoon Network presented its first-ever Hall of Game Awards -- aimed at kids -- on Feb. 21, and athletes got a chance to go Hollywood and strut their stuff on the green carpet.
Broadcasters, distribs and TV producers from across Africa gathered in Ghana last week to discuss business, debate issues and find a way forward for the continent's growing telenovela market.
Two of Ghana's biggest hip-hop stars have teamed up for the world's first pidgin English musical, a fast-paced odyssey into the daily lives of two up-and-coming rappers.
Five of the 13 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 39 (Feb. 14-20) which, combined with the return of "Hair" after a one-week absence, increased box office by almost 13%. As on Broadway…
Filmmakers in Gothenburg, Sweden's second-largest city, are joining forces to make their hometown and region a center for world filmmaking.
John Smithson, one of the producers on the multi-Oscar nominated survival story "127 Hours," sums up his shtick in two words -- "persuasion" and "sensitivity."
The concrete dream that is Farmers Field isn't just about a football stadium.
The Berlin Film Festival often celebrates Latin American artistic excellence, but this year, financial clout was also on the program