Film in China is booming with box office, production and exhibition all breaking records in 2005. Presenting a year-end summary, Tong Gang, director of the Film Bureau of the State Administration of…
Motion Picture Distribution, an income trust controlled by Toronto-based Alliance Atlantis Communications, has renewed its output deal with New Line Cinema through the end of 2008.
The big ape was upset by four kids in a magical land Wednesday. Eking out a win after a weekend in which the bowing "King Kong" thoroughly defeated it, Disney and Walden's "The Chronicles of Narnia…
In a frame that could prove the wildest in over a decade, Christmas weekend features five new pics in wide release, two expanding wide and five new limited release films. Three films opened…
Jonathan Hawtrey Clark was grand prize winner of Fade In magazine's ninth annual Fade In Awards -- with his action script "The Binary Man."
The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. has released its Film/TV production economic impact profile.
AFI's Directing Workshop for Women is accepting applications for next spring. All applications must be postmarked by Jan. 13.
American Cinematheque at the Max Palevsky Theater at the Aero is showing "Too Much Monkey Business! The Marx Bros. and the Three Stooges!" through Jan. 1.
"Gone With the Wind" will kick off the 2006 programming season of AFI at the ArcLight on Jan. 4.
A biopic about 19th-century composers Clara and Robert Schumann, starring Isabelle Huppert and Ulrich Tukur, is tuning up after a five-year delay. "Clara" got its second wind when Germany's Integral…