As far as its unofficial members are concerned, the "mumblecore" movement began and ended at the 2005 South by Southwest Film Festival. But the nickname, hatched in jest one night in Austin, Texas…
Even before it won four Oscars, "No Country for Old Men" had shown decent traction outside the United States, with $38 million in international box office midway through its overseas run.
Hollywood's next big action star could be pummeling someone in an octagon-shaped ring right now.
Universal Pictures has elevated Jeffrey Goore to head the studio's biz affairs department and added two senior veeps, Jon Gibson and Helen Jorda, to its ranks.
Fox Entertainment prexy Kevin Reilly, who found success at NBC adapting the Britcom "The Office" for U.S. auds, is looking to do the same with a few more U.K. imports this season.
The Canadian government is prepping new legislation that would allow it to pull tax credits from film and TV projects that have too much sex and/or violence.
The colorful 40-year run of New Line is coming to an abrupt end, costing the jobs of most of the company's 600 staffers.
A provocative online marketing campaign for Universal's cyber crime thriller "Untraceable," which offers bloodthirsty online voyeurs a sneak peak of a gruesome torture scene from the pic, has been…
In the last decade there has been a slow resurgence of Mexican cinema, following the near-extinction of local film production in the 1990s. During that time, Alfonso Cuaron, Alejandro Gonzalez…
A new school of minnow film distributors is hoping to nab a bigger piece of the box office for local films.
Three films in the pipeline this year.