Tablet owners are turning into the kind of captive audience marketers have long been looking for. At a time when more TV watchers are skipping commercials than ever, tablet users are more likely to…
Teresa Palmer and Melissa Leo are starring in Mark Webber's indie “The Ever After,” Webber's first film since “The End of Love.” Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson and Kid Cudi are in…
Quartet extends pic experience and audience engagement
Classical in a manner that recalls Mikio Naruse's "Scattered Clouds" (1967), "Cold Bloom" dramatizes the tormented love between a widow and the man responsible for her husband's death.
In the mildly amusing Nipponese comedy "Robo-G," high-tech robotics faces its low-tech nemesis in the form of an old curmudgeon who becomes a national hit by posing as an automaton.
In the early days of television, it was all about appointment TV: People could watch shows only at the time they were broadcast.
Following their partnership on "Lake Tahoe," Paris-based sales company Funny Balloons is re-teaming with Mexico's Cine Pantera, taking international sales rights to "Alicia, Go Yonder."
Production IG is producing a feature toon based on the exploits of real-life swordsman Miyamoto Musashi.
The U.K. Film Council has awarded almost $500,000 in coin to eight U.K. distribs through its Prints & Advertising Fund.
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