In Paramount's hit "School of Rock," Jack Black delivers a prominent shout-out for Viacom sibling MTV. Corporate synergy at work, right? Not quite.
French filmmakers may not be molding their characters on American idols like Humphrey Bogart anymore, but nonetheless the Franco-American film exchange is in tres bien shape these days.
Through some combination of arrogance and ignorance, it seems neither the MPAA nor the major studios anticipated the vehement opposition of the indie film community to the ban on Oscar screeners.
Audiences love controversy -- and a new company is set to specialize in it with documentaries by and about some of the world's best-known mavericks.
Despite industry decline, China still kicks out close to 100 films a year. But with only two film schools, the country struggles to find enough qualified professionals to feed increasingly…
Censorship changes are afoot in formerly strict Singapore. With many Singaporeans college-educated abroad, and the impossibility of censoring Internet content, a Censorship Review Committee report…
Prospects for overseas box office may not be extraordinary for "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," but they certainly seem more than respectable after the superhero epic ended the seven-week…
Star Entertainment has bought TV and video rights to Universal's library of Tintin films for an undisclosed sum.
Soenke Wortmann became a household name in Germany with his hit 1994 comedy "Der Bewegte Mann," yet when he turned his lens and lights on the country's stunning 1954 World Cup soccer championship…
A fireworks display and party hosted by Warner Bros. France did little to dispel unease among Gallic exhibitors at their annual confab in the seaside resort of Deauville, which wrapped Oct. 2. Warner…
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