MediaCorp Raintree Pictures' "I Not Stupid Too," which broke box office records for a local film in its first week, is No. 1 at the box office for the second week here and has taken $1.5 million over…
The 21st Israel Film Festival is set to unspool in New York beginning Feb. 23, with 31 of the fest's 40 pics making their U.S. preems.
An Oscar nomination can be the gift that keeps on giving. Five months after it first hit stores, DVD sales for Lionsgate's "Crash" jumped 150% last week after the film scored six noms, including…
"Meet the Oscars: The 50 Golden Statuettes" will open in Los Angeles on Friday at the Hollywood & Highland complex. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences prexy Sid Ganis and exec director Bruce…
Miramax Films and ESPN have teamed to acquire "Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos." Paul Crowder and John Dower's docu profiles the soccer team that brought superstar…
Helmer Aku Louhimies' dark drama "Frozen Land" scooped eight awards, including film, director, script, supporting actor and supporting actress at the Jussis, Finland's film awards, in Helsinki on…
After Warner Independent's success with Antarctica-set "The March of the Penguins," soon-to-be-renamed Paramount Classics and National Geographic are hoping cinemagoers will be equally taken with the…
ACTRA Toronto, a division of the main Canuck actors union, announced Tuesday the nominations for the 2006 ACTRA Awards in Toronto, which will be handed out Feb. 24 at the Carlu.
"C.R.A.Z.Y.," about a bisexual guy growing up in Montreal in the 1960s and '70s, and "Maurice Richard," a biopic on the late hockey champ, each nabbed 14 nominations for the Jutras, Quebec's film…
Italo helmer Gabriele Muccino is setting up his own shingle, Indiana Prods., with offices in Milan and Rome and representation in L.A.