"The Hurt Locker," as everyone knows by now, is the first Iraq war movie to win best picture, and perhaps a vindication of all of the filmmakers who leaped in to capture the American experience in…
Argentina's crime drama "El Secreto de Sus Ojos" emerged as a surprise Oscar winner.
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Rialto Pictures is bringing Jean-Luc Godard's "Breathless" back to life Stateside.
Cash-strapped Spanish conglom Prisa, owner of satcaster Digital Plus, has received a cash infusion of almost E660 million ($898.3 million) from a merger with U.S. investment company Liberty…
Venezuela has denied on technicalities Radio Caracas Television's bid to launch two feevees, keeping the web, which frequently criticizes President Hugo Chavez, off the air.
British cinema garnered the top prizes in the 30th Oporto Film Festival (Fantasporto) -- Portugal's biggest film fest -- which wrapped on Saturday.
Uruguayan pic "Gigante" (Giant) dominated Colombia's 50th Cartagena Film Festival on Friday.
Talk about rolling the dice. In December, MGM Mirage opened CityCenter in Las Vegas, a massive 18 million-square-foot complex built on the Strip with an eye-popping pricetag of $8.5 billion.
The German parliament on Friday approved a $30 million increase in the budget of Culture Minister Bernd Neumann to $1.6 billion.
Korean films beat foreign films at the box office in February for the first time since October 2009.
In Variety today, Michael Schneider compares Sarah Palin's meetings with network executives to that of Bill Clinton's flirtations with TV back in 2002, one that yielded nothing other than a brief…