One big question on the minds of IM Global's Stuart Ford, Participant Media's Jim Berk and others: Can the emerging markets handle larger-budget films?
In the movie business, the label "art film" isn't always a deal-breaker. Nowhere is this more apparent than at Cannes.
Known for its big-budget tentpoles, Legendary Pictures is now ready to try its hand at lower budget fare, setting up the thriller “As Above, So Below.” John and Drew Dowdle will co-write the pic with…
Hit microbudget pics promise healthy backend for name actors willing to take a chance.
Lionsgate has signaled strong support for its micro-budget feature division with longtime production exec John Sacchi tapped to head the operation.
The mid-budget movie -- largely abandoned by the six major Hollywood studios -- is becoming increasingly difficult to bring to life for producers.
While traditional investors may have gotten skittish, film fans are stepping up to help fund the indies they most want to see.
Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
A new study offers reassurance for studio heads worried about runaway budgets.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$4.2M Cumulative:$53.1M Warner Brothers 8.39%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.8M Cumulative:$37.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation 25.59%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$55.5M Universal Pictures 30.22%