For the Spanish film industry, the international market has always been a final frontier. Now, however, overseas sales are finally lifting off, according to a pioneering study from Spain's FAPAE…
Voiceover: Those in Hollywood who have to interpret the two-steps-forward, one-step-back policies of the Chinese government have their work cut out for them. Unlocking the potential of that territory…
London Eye: New Line Cinema is hoping that Mark Burnell's novel "The Rhythm Section" will be the start of a new female thriller franchise for the studio.
Who will be the Seoul survivor? South Korea's 9-year-old PiFan film fest is duking it out with upstart Real Fantastic to be the region's top dog in fantasy film confabs.
The question of DVD opening weekends has become especially pertinent at DreamWorks Animation, where a massive homevideo opening weekend in November followed by big returns in the winter for "Shrek 2"…
Prying information loose about any Steven Spielberg project isn't easy -- just ask the Paramount execs who struggled to get a peek at "War of the Worlds" dailies.
The second Yerevan Golden Apricot Film Festival brought a strong response from the international fest crowd, portending a bright future for the event, held July 12-17 in the Armenian capital. Though…
How's this for mixed messages? DVD sales and rental revenue has grown 11% so far this year and the number of households with a DVD player is expected to grow 14% by the end of the year.
"Obaba," the latest film from Spanish auteur Montxo Armendariz ("Secrets of the Heart," "Broken Silence") will open the 53rd San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival on Sept. 15, playing in competition.
Kang Woo-suk and "Michael" Kim Jung-sang, the co-toppers of South Korean major Cinema Service, have ankled from the company that Kang founded in 1993.
Roman Polanski has been awarded £50,000 ($87,000) in damages, after winning his libel action over Vanity Fair for an article that depicted him as "callously indifferent" to the memory of his murdered…