Piracy is the new terrorism. That was the unavoidable upshot of two all-media screenings for Warner Bros.' "The Matrix Reloaded" that featured every protective measure but duct tape.
The Tribeca Film Festival wrapped its 10-day-long second edition Sunday by honoring Li Yang's tale of Chinese mine workers, "Blind Shaft." The narrative feature winner was a Hong Kong-China-Germany…
MGM and Danjaq have extended their lucrative James Bond vidgame license with publisher Electronic Arts through 2010 in a deal covering all of Ian Fleming's original books, the 20 films so far and any…
Indie production company Cinema Revival, headed by producer David W. Johnson and writer-director Scott William Alvarez, has optioned the feature film rights to Patricia Anthony's six published…
The San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival has set its traditional three sidebars for its 51st edition.
A week after its record-setting day-and-date debut, "X2: X-Men United," Fox's sequel to its "X-Men" Marvel comic spinoff, took advantage of the lull before this week's juggernaut for "The Matrix…
The territory's first international Anifest for animated fare awarded its Grand Prize to "Stowaway" by Portuguese director Abi Feijo on Saturday.
More Italians are going to homegrown pics than at any time since 1987, according to statistics released Friday by national exhibs association AGIS.
Sundance Channel has picked up all U.S. rights to comedy "Die Mommie Die" as part of its Sundance Film Series.
Chuck Dolan's Independent Film Channel is rounding up a library of sex-saturated movies, TV series and documentaries for a proposed video-on-demand platform with a target date of September.
The new version of "The In-Laws" reflects how we're living in speedier, more dangerous times than 23 years ago when the original film first walked down the aisle. The 2003 edition places the main…