London Eye: Producer Marc Samuelson has been a pillar of the British film establishment for the best part of two decades.
L.A. Times readers were almost blown away -- literally -- when they went to vending machines to buy a paper and found a scary "MI:3" promo.
When Reiko Bradley ankles Becker Films Intl. and returns to the U.S. this month, she will become the latest sales agent to abandon Australia.
Hollywood is gearing up for war. No, not Iran, Iraq or Afghanistan. This one's called the Cannes Film Festival. While two weeks on the French Riviera watching foreign films might seem like a…
Russia's film industry may have had little presence on the international front to date, but Michael Dounaev is well on the way to changing that.
Chris Tucker, your franchise is ready. The question is, will auds be eager to revisit the "Rush Hour" franchise six years after the last installment?
Studio Canal, the French company that tried to become a Euro major and then changed its mind, is flexing its international muscle again.
The future of Sony Corp., and Howard Stringer's strategy to revive it, will rest this week on the reactions of thousands of geeks gathered in downtown L.A. At the E3 videogame industry confab, Sony…
Tourists may get to visit France's dizzying array of chateaux and museums more often in the near future -- virtually, that is. Gaul's National Center of Monuments recently unveiled a set of services…
Canuck federal film funder Telefilm Canada has absolved itself of responsibility for the failure of the New Montreal FilmFest, that shuttered after one disastrous edition last summer.
Fox's CG toon "Ice Age: The Meltdown" was still enjoying scorching B.O. as of the latest frame, though the pic's prospects seem to be cooling as "Mission: Impossible III" preps its worldwide launch.