It is possible to exploit the power of the Internet to sell a movie without a theatrical release -- as long as you have a title targeted at a narrow niche.
According to kidspickflicks.com, last year's "Pick" for best film was "Ratatouille." The "Ick" award for worst movie was "The Golden Compass."
Right-wing Dutch politico Geert Wilders has finally found a home for his controversial anti-Islam short "Fitna" after video-sharing site LiveLeak allowed the 15-minute film to be posted online.
Fisher Stevens and John Penotti's GreeneStreet Films is amping up its new-media presence with the help of new hire Eric Spiegelman, formerly the head of business and legal affairs for the HBO/AOL…
Vidgames are set for stricter statutory certification in Blighty as pols move to protect minors from viewing unsuitable material,following an unsuccessful bid to ban the "bleak, callous and sadistic"…
Hoping to stave off any threat of government intervention, Comcast announced an agreement with a leading peer-to-peer software company to collaborate on developing non-discriminatory ways for the…
Michael Dougherty has teamed with Walt Disney Pictures and Robert Zemeckis' ImageMovers on "Calling All Robots," an animated sci-fi adventure the scribe plans to direct using the same type of…
Just watching TV is so 20th century, especially for the young crowd at the heart of the Kids' Choice Awards -- a generation that's never known a world without the Internet.
Take-Two Interactive said no to Electronic Arts again on Wednesday but is throwing the door open to interested parties in a month.
Fuji TV will bow Fuji On-Demand, a new Internet service, on April 1.