ROME — Paolo Sorrentino’s "The Great Beauty," a tribute to Rome’s decadence and magnificence amid Italy’s current paralysis, is Italy’s candidate for the foreign-language Academy Award race…
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Rising Chinese star Li Bingbing and Motion Picture Association boss Christopher Dodd will both be honored at the fourth annual U.S.-China Film Summit in Los Angeles.
The Weinstein Co. has unveiled the first posters for "Lee Daniels’ The Butler," four days after it was forced to change the title from “The Butler.” Both posters show a white-gloved Forest Whitaker…
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Veteran industry exec Ruth Vitale is coming on board to head the entertainment industry’s anti-piracy Creative America initiative, which is backed by the motion picture and television businesses and…
The Weinstein Co. will have the chance to make its case Friday over naming rights to Lee Daniels' "The Butler," two and a half weeks after Warner Bros. won an arbitration over the title.
Goeckner will serve as the chief day-to-day business officer of the HFPA.
For years, most moviegoers didn't know the difference between green-band trailers (featuring content approved by the Motion Picture Assn. of America for "appropriate audiences") and their…
Industry confab CinemaCon kicked off its third annual installment today in Las Vegas with record attendance during its opening International Day, devoting an entire panel discussion to the challenges…
In the 14 months since Christopher Dodd took the top job at the Motion Picture Assn. of America, he's been scrambling to get up to speed.
Studio corporate brass have long complained about the spiraling costs of marketing films -- particularly the ever-rising fees charged by TV networks for commercial time -- and have futilely pondered…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America is developing a one-stop website on behalf of its studio members that will help users find movies online without resorting to piracy.