Asia's domination of the global box office became stronger in 2015, according to the the MPAA's annual report on world theatrical business.
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Michael Moore will not edit his upcoming documentary “Where to Invade Next” in order to earn a PG-13 rating, the filmmaker told Variety on Monday. “I will make no cuts,” he said. “We don’t believe in…
Japanese filmmaker Hayato Sakuta is to take part in a five-day immersion program in Los Angeles after winning first prize at the Digital Hollywood University, a one-day educational event organized in…
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Motion Picture Association of America chief Christopher Dodd has invited the nation’s film commissioners to attend a Sept. 29 summit in Washington, D.C., to discuss production incentives. "We will…
Agreement spans technology and education.
Those sex scenes in Abdellatif Kechiche’s three-hour long NC-17 lesbian drama “Blue Is the Warmest Color” have been polarizing the talent, and now exhibitors are taking a stance, too. In New York…
The founder of isoHunt pulled down the website’s directory of links to thousands of illegal file downloads early Monday — two days ahead of the deadline mandated in a settlement with Hollywood…
The MPAA has hired John McCoskey, previously chief technology officer of pubcaster PBS, as executive VP and CTO. In addition, the trade group named Alex Deacon to the newly created position of senior…
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.
Legendary Pictures' Chinese venture Legendary East has been looking for a partner to produce a slate of tentpole titles in China since parting ways with distributor Huayi Brothers in January 2012…