Veteran technologist Glenn Kennel is joining ARRI as chief technology officer.
Criterion has long harbored a weakness for helmer Douglas Sirk, and this two-disc release of his 1954 version of "Magnificent Obsession" furthers the love affair. But though this issue offers ample…
London-based Arts Alliance Media, Europe's leading digital cinema provider, has struck a virtual print fee deal with Amsterdam Booking Company, a buying group representing Dutch indie cinemas, to…
This eccentric fantasy finds Henry Selick scaling new heights of ghoulish whimsy.
The Beltway battle over President Obama's a $819 billion stimulus package has been civil compared with the congressional fight over the switch to digital TV.
Local pics took a whopping 59.5% share at the Japanese box office in 2008, up from 47% in 2007, according to figures from the Motion Picture Producers Assn. of Japan (Eiren).
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says President Barack Obama will sign a bill to give consumers more time to get ready for the switch from analog to digital television broadcasts. The switch…
French media conglom Thomson, struggling with debt and in need of cash, is adopting a new strategy that puts Technicolor and its customers at the top of the company's pecking order.
Having broken ratings records on Cartoon Network, animated series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" will receive an encore run on broader-skewing sibling channel TNT.
Nintendo said on Thursday that it is lowering its profit forecast for the fiscal year to Y230 billion ($2.56 billion), down by 33% compared with its estimate in October.
The Visual Effects Society is packaging its annual awards show for the international TV marketplace.