The pros and cons of country living are dogged by a lack of laughs and an undersupported premise in "The Wolf Returns," a South Korean comedy sans bite. Pic failed to trap domestic auds in April 2004…
Nice ensemble work lifts "Angels in Fast Motion," an otherwise unremarkable druggie pic that wears its influences rather too heavily to take flight. Less slavishly following Helmer Ole Christian…
Diverting, flyweight docu "Zona Rosa" is named after Mexico City's notorious "pink zone" district. But rather than providing an overview of the life there that was largely erased after the filming…
Earnings for Aussie films might be at a low ebb, but expenditure during the financial year, which wrapped Thursday, scaled new heights.
Stars at Central Europe's Karlovy Vary film fest haven't been shy about talking politics as the nine-day gala reaches its midpoint.
The National Assn. of Television Program Executives (NATPE) has honored four students with its annual Student Video & Film Production Awards.
Loyola Marymount U. School of Film and Television has opened an office of external affairs, tapping producer-manager Peter Heller as its director of external affairs and development.
It's a "War of the Worlds" world as the Tom Cruise-Steven Spielberg tentpole dominated foreign box office with $102.5 million at more than 4,900 playdates in 78 countries.
Hollywood writers saw slow growth in their paychecks last year, particularly in features, as 2004's gain in overall earnings didn't even match the 3.3% hike in the consumer price index.
Though it didn't rival the results of last year's Fourth of July holiday frame, Paramount and DreamWorks' "War of the Worlds" turned in an impressive $77.6 million opening over the Friday-to-Monday…
The Irish Film Board has axed its head of production and development Brendan McCarthy and its head of marketing Moira Horgan.
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