November and December saw two fewer film festivals than usual when Cairo and Damascus cancelled their events due to the turmoil caused by the Arab Spring's recent uprisings.
Broadway box office descended from Thanksgiving heights in Week 27 (Nov. 28-Dec. 4), but sales were still healthy -- at least at the more in-demand offerings, which saw some jockeying among the…
Five of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 27 (Nov. 28-Dec. 4).
Continuing its overseas dominance, Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" collected $40.4 million from 73 markets in its third frame over the Dec. 2-4 weekend, bringing the film's…
While there's no shortage of humans vying for supporting actor laurels this award season, let's step back and recognize the canine performers in films campaigning for kudos, from the cute Labs in…
As a perennial holiday re-issue, Warner Bros.' motion-capture pic "The Polar Express" has cumed $182.2 million domestically in its lifetime -- but this is the first year since its initial 2004…
Armed only with a computer and some chutzpah, a longshot snuck through the back door and into the Grammy Awards competition this year.
After a tough couple of years, things are finally looking up for legit nonprofits, but they're still living hand-to-mouth on a day-to-day liquidity basis.
Based on Shuho Sato's bestselling comic about elite divers in the Japan Coast Guard, "Umizaru" has become a money-spinner for the Fuji TV network and its partners, generating two hit TV drama series…
It was all rock 'n' roll and no bull Monday night at the preem of Magnolia's "Roadie" at the Angelika.
In a move that will better balance the evaluation of English- and French-language Canadian films, Telefilm Canada is measuring success on a global scale.