Ellen Page is set to topline "Drag Me to Hell," a horror film that Sam Raimi will direct as his next film.
If the maxim that you can't please all the people all the time generally holds true, then the team behind the German government's Federal Film Fund (DFFF) are doing their best to disprove it.
While the U.S. wrestles with the threat of its economy going into recession, it seems you can barely go a week without hearing of yet another billion-dollar deal inked between a U.S. studio and a…
Borders mean nothing to Tarak Ben Ammar. The financier and producer has moved between the worlds of film and finance with the same ease as he has traveled from his native Tunisia to his adopted…
The past year was a wobbly one for Asian film finance, with the sector making a few steps forward and taking almost as many backward.
When it comes to filming in the U.K., all roads lead to London. But regions elsewhere in the country are beginning to lure crews outside their comfort zone in the capital.
With all the current woes in the industry, Korean companies really should be looking abroad more," says Showbox production scout Chung Youngjoon. "I mean, both for overseas finance of our pictures…
Many Westerners may only have heard of one city in South Korea: the bustling metropolis Seoul, home to 11 million people (19 million, including the suburbs of Gyeonggi Province).
Although scribes are poised to make breakthrough new-media gains in the new WGA contract agreement, they have endured setbacks in virtually every area except new media in the past decade.
The European market has long been dominated by the international arms of the U.S. studios, while national distribs have eked out a living from local movies and whatever foreign indie product they can…
When Screen Gems released "This Christmas," aimed at a black audience, the reviews were tepid.