The better openings by U.S. films overseas last week did not scale great heights, while a sizable number of other debutantes barely got off the ground.
While "Runaway Bride," "Inspector Gadget" and "The General's Daughter" made good overseas debuts in a solid frame at the box office, George Lucas' "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" became…
French movies dominated the awards at the 52nd Locarno Intl. Film Festival, with rural family drama "Skin of a Man, Heart of a Beast" nabbing the top Golden Leopard, as well as a Bronze Leopard for…
For the third consecutive year, the Assn. of Moving Image Archivists has received a $50,000 grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Underscoring "The Blair Witch Project's" evolution from indie oddity to full-blown media phenomenon, Artisan has established a comprehensive licensing campaign that rivals the ones studios mount for…
Continuing its tradition of cherrypicking top local pics ripe for fall bows in Spain, the San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival has announced its first competition titles.
Chucky has proven lucky for Ronny Yu, who has been inked to direct Samuel L. Jackson in the action-comedy "The 51st. State" for Alliance Atlantis Pictures.
Jeanne Tripplehorn will play the female lead in "Relative Values," a feature adaptation of a Noel Coward comedy starring Billy Baldwin, Julie Andrews, Colin Firth, Stephen Fry, Edward Atherton and…
Seemingly possessing supernatural powers of its own, Buena Vista's "The Sixth Sense" levitated a studio-estimated $26.1 million in its second weekend, hovering just 2% below its debut.
Hollywood will be taking one less summer Cruise next year. Last Friday, 20th Century Fox announced that production of “Minority Report,” the Tom Cruise starrer directed by Steven Spielberg, has been…