"Polly" was still sitting pretty, but other box office rankings through Monday's Martin Luther King holiday changed a bit from the weekend pecking order.
Hundreds of film buyers descended on the French capital over the weekend for Unifrance's annual Rendezvous With French Cinema, which has grown into a not-to-be-missed event for Gallic sales and…
A film law designed to do away with decades of subsidies to local movies that bombed at the box office has received the final government greenlight.
The producers behind the successful "Mary, the Mother of God's Son" will make "The Apostles" as part of a plan to release one religion-themed pic a year.
British vet thesp Peter Ustinov received a lifetime achievement award on Friday from the German state of Bavaria.
After 2003's trend-bucking results of some $40 million at the B.O. gave the sector something to smile about, the third installment of "Lord of the Rings" is outpacing the other two films in the…
Frances McDormand, who co-stars in Berlinale competition screener "Something's Gotta Give," is heading the international jury of this year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
The complete lineup of this year's "Made in Germany -- Perspektive Deutsches Kino," the Berlin Intl. Film Festival's Teutonic film section, again shows a preference for edgy works from local…
"Cold Mountain" and "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" lead the race for this year's British Academy Film Awards, with 13 nominations for Anthony Minghella's Civil War drama.
Brad Anderson's psychological thriller "The Machinist" and Miguel Albaladejo's dramedy "Cachorro" have been selected for the arthouse Panorama section at this year's Berlinale, which runs Feb. 5-15.
Warner Bros. Intl. Cinemas has signed a deal with a Chinese real estate company to develop 30 cinemas across China. China-based exhibition deal is the second for Warner in the space of two weeks.