Vladimir Michalek's ode to the silver-haired set, "Autumn Spring," took the top prize at the Czech Finale film festival in Plzen on Saturday.
The Hugh Grant starrer "About a Boy" conquered the U.K. over the weekend while "The Scorpion King" ran hot in Latin America but was less compelling in its European debuts and "Panic Room" saw handy…
In an opinion piece published in the New York Post Sunday, Miramax topper Harvey Weinstein struck back at certain journalists who, he claims, exaggerated the arguments that he and "Gangs of New York"…
Bill Cosby will make a special Carnegie Hall appearance during the 2002 Toyota Comedy Festival, which runs June 11-15 in Gotham.
Docu filmmaker William Gazecki, known for his Oscar-nominated work on "Waco: The Rules of Engagement," has launched the production shingle OpenEdge Media.
Cowboy Pictures and Janus Films will jointly re-release a new print, with new subtitles, of Akira Kurosawa's classic "The Seven Samurai."
Universal's "The Scorpion King" stung a pair of wide openers in its second weekend, extending actioner's box office reign with an estimated $17.6 million over the latest frame.
Hollywood has adopted a cuddly credo: Films should be fun for the whole family.
At Intermedia's new offices in the heart of Beverly Hills, the message is clear.
The chasm between the Australian film industry's haves and have-nots is getting wider, with booming offshore production casting a long shadow over the faltering domestic production industry.
Politicos in Brazil's upper house of Congress have passed controversial new taxes for the pay TV and film industries -- dubbed Condecine -- but the Hollywood majors intend to fight them in court.