Markus Imboden's "Der Verdingbub" (The Foster Boy), a moving drama about a dark and nearly forgotten period in the country's recent history, has become the most successful Swiss film in the past five…
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A TV drama about midwives, nuns and moms-to-be set in 1950s London has proved the surprise hit of the season in Blighty.
A website listing film, TV and other media internships might not seem like such a big deal at first glance, but most such sites don't have the backing of an Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning producer and…
While the box office success of "Intouchables" helped Gaumont become Gaul's top local film distributor last year, the 117-year-old French mini-major is also making waves in TV production, returning…
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It was clear sailing for the second-straight weekend for "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," which again navigated to the top of the overseas box office.
In the run-up to the 84th Oscars telecast, two multiple-nominated pics continued their stalwart domestic runs.
Broadway perked up for Presidents Day, with the long weekend's spike in tourist traffic pushing B.O. up by almost 30% in Week 38 (Feb. 13-19) compared with the prior frame.
Six of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 38 (Feb. 13-19).
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