An all-time low 24% of underage filmgoers were able to purchase tickets to R-rated movies in 2012, according to an undercover shopper survey released Monday by the Federal Trade Commission.
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In a pre-emptive move designed to avoid another proprietary sound format debacle, exhibition groups in the U.S. and Europe have released a set of requirements for new immersive/3D audio technologies.
Kirk Douglas will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 50th annual ICG Publicists Guild awards luncheon Feb. 22
The Writers Guild of America has remained rigorous on qualifying screenplays for its awards with more than a dozen notable exclusions this year including Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" and…
While shooting digital may be the prevailing trend for everything from micro-budget indies to blockbuster tentpole releases like "Skyfall," it was never an option for "Lincoln," as far as director…
The hardscrabble existence of Chinese Burmese refugees in Thailand is examined in "Poor Folk," an absorbing sophomore feature by Burma-born, Taiwan-based multihyphenate Midi Z.
An edited version of "The King's Speech" has earned a PG-13 rating from The Classification and Rating Administration, the org announced today.
William F. Kartozian, a month shy of wrapping an 11-year tenure as prexy of the National Association of Theater Owners, has been named ShoWest 2000's Robert W. Selig ShoWester of the Year.