Michael Fleming: Dish
Many folks in Europe were too engrossed with World Cup soccer or enjoying superb weather to visit cinemas last weekend, taking some of the shine off "Spider-Man's" debuts and holdovers, while…
Peter Dobson has been promoted to senior vice president of international film relations for Warner Bros. Intl. Theaters.
Global Film School, the virtual film school founded by UCLA's School of Theater Film & Television, the Australian Film Television & Radio School and the National Film & Television School of Great…
Miravista, the joint-venture production company formed by Walt Disney Latin America and Spain's Admira, has tapped Argentinean helmer Gabriela Tagliavini to direct "Ladies' Night," its first…
Local pic "Life Show" was the surprise winner of three honors at the sixth Shanghai Intl. Film Festival Sunday, beating big hitters including "Hart's War."
Italian helmer and screenwriter Ettore Scola will be honored with a major retrospective at the 38th Pesaro Intl. Festival of New Cinema, which kicks off Friday in the Adriatic coastal town.
The bitter battle between rival Bollywood films about Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh has moved out of the box office and into court.
Comedian Margaret Cho's second concert film is an even raunchier beast than her first, "I'm the One That I Want," which proved a surprise self-distributed hit in limited U.S. theatrical engagements…
Despite a cast that "reunites" some of Hindi cinema's biggest names, the long-awaited "Hum tumhare hain sanam," which finally preemed in late May, reps a major disappointment, of interest offshore…
Spunky, mildly irreverent and completely hand-drawn, "Lilo & Stitch" represents a refreshing change of pace in Disney's recent animated output. This agreeably modest picture cleverly dovetails the…