The European Audiovisual Observatory, an EU funded data gatherer, presents Monday its "Lumiere" database, which holds full admissions data for 3,000 titles from 34 territories across Europe since…
Managing director Henning Camre and his directorial staff of the Danish Film Institute have come under sharp criticism from the Culture Ministry. The main complaint being that the management is…
After making his feature debut directing "Red Planet," Antony Hoffman is orbiting as his possible next project a film focusing on the Rampart scandal, which has been the LAPD's biggest embarrassment…
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South Korea's "Chunhyang" and Australia's "The Diplomat" took top honors at the 20th annual Hawaii Intl. Film Festival Friday night.
Cannes award winner "Dancer in the Dark" may find its biggest payday ever in Japan as film company Asmik Ace tries to get serious play from Danish filmmakers in the world's second-largest movie…
Imagine getting roughed up by a bunch of girrrls. Or just ask Adam Sandler, whose "Little Nicky" had a devil of a time with "Charlie's Angels," as Sony's tough-chicks actioner kicked box-office butt…
Along with government workers, many students will enjoy an extended weekend to mark the Veterans Day holiday, so it's no coincidence that two of the films going into wide release today target the…
Ami Dolenz and Steve Parlavecchio ("Bandwagon") will star in "Mr. Id," currently shooting in Chicago. The actors star as drug addicts, with Dolenz taking the role of a crack-addled streetwalker and…
The American Film Institute has tapped Barbra Streisand to receive the 2001 AFI Life Achievement Award, which will be presented Feb. 22 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
New Line Cinema has closed a two-pic writing deal with scribes Christian Gudegast and Paul Scheuring ("Mexicali"). Pact is for a sequel to "Diablo" as well as for a second pic, yet to be decided.
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