Netflix is launching into its next international market this week. As of Sept. 11, the Netherlands will become the latest addition to the streaming service’s growing global roster, according to…
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is pretty frank on why "Turbo" hasn't performed well in domestic theaters since its release July 17: “It was a bad date.” "The film's soft opening was a…
This found-footage tale of astronauts searching for signs of life near Jupiter is a reasonably plausible and impressively controlled achievement.
The business of alternative programming in theaters, or event cinema, has long been hampered by a lack of data. That's about to change next week, when the Event Cinema Assn. and IHS Screen Digest…
Danish director Thomas Vinterberg's competish film "The Hunt" is racking up international sales with a wave of market and industry buzz following official screenings over the weekend.
A look at box office receipts for the past year over the globe.
The big draw for shooting in China is China itself -- a co-production made there is instantly on track to access the world's fastest-growing film market, and with the right partner, distribution can…
Despite Hungary's plans for a new public media law and an austerity drive, the sweeteners Hungary offers international producers are intact: its 20% tax rebate program (with additional benefits worth…
Despite economic turbulence, Italy recently renewed its tax credits for international productions through 2013, prompting the country's myriad regional funds to increase efforts to lure shoots.
In FilmDistrict's "The Rum Diary," Puerto Rico gets a rare opportunity to play its (Eisenhower-era) self, showing off its pristine blue-water beaches, steamy tropical jungles, luxury hotels and…
Romania continues to draw resourceful producers in need of dramatic backdrops and affordable crews -- and to its credit, it draws shoots such as MPCA projects "William & Kate: A Royal Love Story" and…