"Billy Elliot," Stephen Daldry's inspirational tale of a gifted young dancer from a working class background, won the Golden Hitchcock Sunday at the Dinard Festival of British Cinema.
The exhibition landscape in the three Baltic countries -- Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia -- is set to take a quantum leap over the next 18 months, with the main player in the market, Finland's…
"Billy Elliot" could prove to be the most significant British movie since "Four Weddings and a Funeral." While the film's unlikely to reach the B.O. heights of "The Full Monty" or "Notting Hill," its…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The Sundance Kid may ride again in the seaside city of Santa Monica.
Following months of speculation, Cary Granat, prexy of the Miramax genre arm Dimension Films, has elected to ankle the company. Granat is said to be cobbling together a financial structure for a new…
Meet the new Kings of Comedy. "Meet the Parents" struck box-office gold in the first post-Olympics frame with a studio-estimated $29.1 million, as the Robert DeNiro-Ben Stiller yukfest obliterated by…
Ignite Entertainment has tapped John Sacchi director of development. He will be responsible for shepherding new material as well as developing the current stable of projects for the company.
Lions Gate Releasing will handle the North American release of the critically acclaimed action thriller "Nowhere to Hide," from Korean director Lee Myung-Se. Pic, which opens in New York and Los…
Jersey Films exec Adrienne Biddle’s name was misspelled in Thursday’s paper.
French cinema is alive and well in Europe. That's the conclusion of Unifrance, the body in Paris that promotes French film abroad.
SAG will be accepting submissions for the seventh annual Screen Actors Guild Awards through 5 p.m. Nov. 29.