The Algerian Ministry of Culture and Los Angeles-based American company Cinema Libre Studio have signed an agreement to co-produce a movie based on Algerian leader Abd El-Kader.
The British are coming. And this year they are coming in droves to the Toronto Film Festival.
Does Uncle Sam need to step in to make sure consumers can watch the boob tube without interruption? American regulators should adopt rules forbidding TV blackouts, according to a cable lobbying group…
DURBAN, South Africa — The Durban Film Festival said Friday that it would proceed with screenings as planned, despite the banning of its opening night film, “Of Good Report,” by the South Africa Film…
The recent $21 million payment to keep "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" afloat Down Under is clear evidence of a country employing creative means to keeps its appeal alive to big overseas productions.
The British government is upping support for the vfx industry, a go-to resource for Hollywood pics.
TOKYO -- Japan's film industry org UniJapan has announced a certificate program giving international co-productions access to up to $640,000 of government coin.
The Screen Actors Guild - Producers Pension and Health Plans has issued a statement denying recent reports that their offices were raided by government officials.
Grand gestures are all over the stage in his idiosyncratic take on Gogol's "Government Inspector" but, as is typical of the most operatic of British directors, his sensibility of flagrant…
Greece's socialist government May 30 submitted to Parliament a controversial new media law to regulate the country's chaotic media market and prevent a small number of people and companies from…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures