Jocelyn Bouyssy's decision in late 2007 to convert all 400 screens in his nationwide CGR cinema network to digital was a bold move.
While Real D, Dolby, NuVision and others duke it out for the 3-D screens in multiplexes, one important 3-D player remains above the fray.
While the American majors are gearing up for a big slate of 3-D releases in 2009, smaller releases in Europe are already proving that 3-D is a box office draw. But will there be a place for local and…
Ed Norton starrer "The Incredible Hulk" smashes into U.K. cinemas this weekend hoping to gobble up bigger green than Ang Lee's 2003 effort managed.
Following collaboration on animated feature "Igor," to be released Stateside by The Weinstein Co via MGM Sept. 19, Los Angeles' Exodus Film Group has reupped with Paris' Sparx Animation Studios for…
Two features from Belgian helmer Hans Herbots are favored in the latest round of awards from the Flemish Audiovisual Fund. Herbots has already proved bankable at home with actioner "Windkracht 10…
The Swedish government is to release $16.5 million to fund the production of pics that are deemed to have box office potential. The funding is to be steered by the Swedish Film Institute and industry…
The inaugural genre film project market at next month's Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) (July 18-27) in Korea is set to include works from the U.S., U.K., Taiwan, Japan and the…
Warner Bros. has acquired an untitled pitch for a fantasy set in Central Park. Bryan Schulz and Neil Uliano will write the script.
Walt Disney Pictures has acquired an untitled pitch by Mike Rich. Studio and writer were vague on the idea, allowing only that it's based on a true story with elements of "Sleepless in Seattle" and…
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired domestic rights and three international territories for Laurent Cantet's "The Class," the Palme d'Or winner at this year's Cannes fest.