Having already earned its share of admirers stateside, "Luther" returns to BBC American in what's being billed as a four-night event, but which really isn't. The third installment in this grim cop…
Arthouse distribs, exhibs tackle problems in keeping B.O. rising
While nearly two-thirds of all movie screens in the U.S. and more than half in Europe and in India have converted to digital, the subcontinent's sheer size, diversity and nonstandardized technologies…
Drama is selling strongly at BBC Worldwide's annual Showcase U.K. sales mart, being held for the first time in Liverpool, in northern England.
The major studios are driving hard to stop distributing 35mm prints in North America by the end of 2013, but one sector remains tied to traditional film prints: the drive-in movie biz.
As arthouse exhibitors grapple with tighter budgets and a continued economic slump, many are debating the pros and cons of going digital.
Merchandise tied to movies like "Star Wars," "Toy Story 3," "Iron Man 2," "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" are expected to dominate Toy Fair when it kicks off in Gotham on Sunday.
Digital cinema took another step toward the mainstream Sunday as Digital Cinema Initiatives announced a new version of its d-cinema specifications, its first-ever specs for 3-D and the selection of…
China's film industry has been flourishing, with box office up 33% and record levels of production in 2005. But the People's Republic faces some serious technical and political challenges, especially…
After 3½ years, $8.4 million and the creation of a technical spec the six big studios hope will drive future growth of the film biz, digital cinema Initiatives is now little more than a name.
Digital Cinema Initiatives announced Wednesday that its seven studio members have formally adopted a technology strategy embracing current image-resolution standards, while simultaneously seeking…