The federal government has agreed to a 20-day extension of its preliminary probe into the legality of Canadian film and TV subsidies, according to backers of the investigation.
In a move designed to curb video piracy, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" is being released in China on Jan. 31 -- an unusually short time after its U.S. preem.
Don't blame Canada; runaway production is not our fault. That's the basic message brought to Los Angeles this week from leaders of the Alliance of Canadian Cinema Television and Radio Artists in…
A jump in feature film production in Canada has led to losses for the U.S. economy of $1.8 billion and of 22,400 jobs in the past three years, according to a study by an independent research center.
The federal government, in a sign of potential problems for a proposed probe into Canadian film subsidies, has told backers of the investigation that it needs far more detailed info than what they…
After an unusually long delay of more than eight months, Steven Spielberg's visual effects-laden summer theatrical release "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" will be released on video March 5, just a few…
John Williams has joined the list of National Board of Review 2001 honorees.
The federal government has launched a preliminary investigation into Canadian film and TV subsidies by issuing more than 100 questionnaires to Hollywood studios and production companies.
Turns out the all-time highest weekend B.O. record overseas posted by "Harry Potter" in the Nov. 30-Dec. 2 frame was short-lived. Last weekend, the blockbuster amassed an estimated $62.3 million from…
Although it never quite reached the $200 million mark at the box office, "Pearl Harbor" will almost certainly get there on homevideo after generating an estimated $130 million in consumer spending in…
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