Theatrical remains king in Latin America, where the box office has expanded despite the financial crisis of recent years.
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China has taken to 3D enthusiastically, and the biz is obsessed with developing the format as a way of competing internationally, but also appeasing a domestic aud madly engaged about that third…
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Bank gap finance used to be a key element of indie film finance, but today it's the exception rather than the rule.
Although Japan is a world leader in the burgeoning 3D TV and game-console biz, the exhibition sector was at first slow to make the 3D move.
With its mercilessly brief 140-character limitation, Twitter may not seem like the ideal place to sound off about movies. Yet since everyone from Roger Ebert to Larry King regularly shares their…
When France Telecom's film arm Studio 37 approached the U.S. studios with the script for "Upside Down" by helmer Juan Diego Solanas, the project met with a warm welcome.
From the global banking crisis to great crested newts, the producers of "Ironclad" had to overcome all kinds of obstacles to complete their $25 million medieval actioner.
A glut of 3D pics has exhibs racing to build more 3D screens in Latin America.
The launch of "Countdown to Zero" at Cannes marks the latest effort to turn a theatrical documentary into a global event.
Europe may be late to the 3D party, but at least eight Continental stereoscopic 3D pics will hit theaters this year, with some 20-plus in the works. However, 3D also crystallizes the strengths…
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