Emilio Estevez's "Bobby" will open the third edition of the Dubai Intl. Film Festival, which unspools Dec. 10-17. At a press confab Sunday, fest organizers announced a starry lineup, featuring gala…
India's noncompetitive Kolkata Intl. Film Festival closed Friday with the screening of helmer Buddhadeb Dasgupta's "Kaalpurush."
Porta-potty comedy "Kenny" continued its winning streak, collecting four awards, including best film, at the Inside Film Awards on Queensland's Gold Coast Nov. 17.
A cadre of singing and dancing penguins beat out the monkey-suited international superspy James Bond at the B.O. this weekend, as Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow's CG-animated "Happy Feet" skipped…
Just four years ago in Oz, Bollywood films were available on video but rarely seen on the bigscreen. Now they regularly pop into the theatrical top 20 list, following a trend in the U.S. and the U.K.
Now that Republicans have lost control of Congress and President George W. Bush has been humbled, have political documentarians lost their biggest stars?
Once upon a time, genre labels were studios' high-profit, low-profile siblings. Today, they're positioned to take center stage. That's the wager at 20th Century Fox, where teen-oriented label Fox…
Aussie filmmaker P.J. Hogan was quite the prized groom after bursting onto the scene with the quirky 1994 comedy "Muriel's Wedding," which he wrote and directed.
Just over 13 years ago, when Viacom's Sumner Redstone thought his agonizing struggle to buy Paramount was done, he sent Herb Allen a $1 million check to thank the banker for his early efforts.
Oscar predictions have become a year-round event, but two episodes last week demonstrated the perils of making predictions too far in advance.
Weekend of Nov. 17-19 saw the release of two competing game systems, Sony's slick and pricey PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii, a system that shuns the traditional joystick and is aimed at a more…