With tax incentives here to stay as an integral part of movie budgets, AFCI's Locations Trade Show has become a mecca for indie producers and studio budgeting execs trying to manage costs on their…
Blu-ray continues to drive robust sales in the U.K. home entertainment market, with total DVD sales up 31% in the territory for the first quarter of the year compared with the same period in 2009.
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The Icelandic volcanic eruption continues to affect film and music bizzers jetting to and from Europe.
Cannes-bound documentary "Inside Job," an analysis of the 2008 global financial crisis from "No End in Sight" helmer Charles Ferguson, will be released Stateside by Sony Pictures Classics.
Screen Actors Guild president Ken Howard, who has used his tenure to repair relations with AFTRA, has been named to chair SAG's negotiating committee.
David Rose, a former exec at the U.K.'s Channel 4, will receive the British Film Institute Fellowship on Tuesday.
It was all about crooning and swooning this weekend as Vancouver singer Michael Bublé topped the 32nd Juno Awards.
E-mails went out on Sunday making another pitch for President Obama's fund-raiser on Monday with Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.). The event at the California Science Center is being jointly sponsored…
The home video release of "Avatar" has been timed to coincide with Earth Day on Thursday, and the movie's director, James Cameron, has been on a campaign to extend the movie's message well beyond…
Mexico's "Alamar" (To the Sea) won the award for film in the international competition in the 12th Buenos Aires Intl. Festival of Independent Film (Bafici), Argentina's biggest fest that closed…
The Gulf Film Festival closed Wednesday, with the Iraqi Kurdish film "Kick Off" nabbing the feature prize.