It may not be the first place you'd expect to discover deep relaxation and unlock a dormant imagination but for $10, your local multiplex might soon be offering group meditation alongside movies.
Patrick O'Brian first traveled to Hollywood in 1995 to meet Charlton Heston and Samuel Goldwyn Jr., who hoped to turn his acclaimed series of books featuring Royal Navy Capt. Jack Aubrey into a…
It's another sweltering day in heat-wave stricken France, but Claude Lelouch is cool in a clifftop hideaway at his 16th century manor a few miles from Deauville -- where he shot some of his 1966…
The Bollywood film industry is back in the black after massive losses last year, and the best is yet to come in the second half of the year.
There used to be three things you could count on in autumn: new TV shows, thicker magazines and a woeful lack of decent mainstream films.
When Japanese media execs saw Zhang Yimou's action epic "Hero" during an invitation-only premiere last December in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, they were neither awed by the presence of…
Reflecting concern over the more condensed Oscar schedule as well as the continually rising cost of competing overseas, the Toronto Intl. Film Festival will embrace far more high-profile product than…
Many industry execs believe the traditional system of developing, funding and distributing Australian films is broke. Now they're searching for innovative ways to fix it.
Thailand's three major Bangkok-based chains are fast expanding into provincial areas, challenging the six dominant regional distributors-exhibitors.
Priya Village Roadshow (PVR), one of India's leading exhibitors, is increasing distribution, striking deals with U.S. distribs Miramax, Lakeshore, Franchise and Summit.
The Indian-American immigration dramedy "Green Card Fever" is the latest ethnic movie to deliver heavy-handed discussions on racial identity and discrimination. Not unlike a "Coming to America" or…