A tiny Teutonic pic is quietly upstaging Hollywood blockbusters and goosing local filmmakers.
With all the sudden interest in Universal Music Group that's cropped up recently, the folks over at Universal Studios must be feeling a bit like chopped liver.
For several years distribs have been scratching their heads, wondering how to release Mexican and other Latino films in the U.S. market. Various films have been released. Most sank without a trace.
Growing concern over the SARS outbreak could play a part in a reduced Hong Kong presence at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Japanese major Toho-Towa's decisions to end its output deals with Revolution Studios and Spyglass Entertainment may signal the demise of such arrangements in Japan's high-risk market.
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Bumbling super spy "Johnny English" and the start of Easter school vacation sparked healthy B.O. bounces in the U.K., Germany and Australia last week, but there were disappointingly modest upticks in…
Though the headline on any story about "It Runs in the Family" would doubtless refer to son Michael and father Kirk Douglas co-starring together for the first time, more notable is how director Fred…
Fancy footwork in the writing and directing can't disguise the hoary "Ten Little Indians" origins of "Identity." This glorified programmer keeps the viewer guessing about the killer for a while, but…
The European Union is preparing to bolster support for the television and film industries, extending several schemes that provide vital funding until 2006.
Argentina's Mar del Plata film festival is expected to keep its A-grade status despite the wrangle over screening an ineligible film in competition during its March 6-15 event.