Since his eponymous sitcom went into reruns, Jerry Seinfeld has been less a fixture on the public radar, though he's hardly disappeared.
Asian exhibs saluted Arnold Schwarzenegger last week while bookers in Europe were fretting about a different kind of terminator: the increasing tendency of U.S. tentpoles to burn out just as fast as…
Drawing three lines, Paul Kocher sketches a grim picture for Hollywood: One shows fast-growing computer hard-drive capacity. Another is for ever-faster online connections.
In the Hollywood remake kitchen, French is no longer the cuisine du jour, Italian has lost some of its flavor, Latin dishes may be starting to tickle taste buds and Asian fusion is so hot it's…
In the first half of this year, cinema admissions in Spain fell 2%, following a 4% full-year drop in 2002. Multiplexing is reaching saturation, exhibitors holler.
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Egyptian cinema is getting some comic relief. Laffers are sparking biz at the the local box office and even spawning sequels.
Documentary filmmakers will get help securing international co-production deals in a joint initiative by the Sithengi Southern African Intl. Film & Television Market and Encounters, the South African…
Warmly affecting, sometimes disturbing human-interest story centers on Sudanese orphans, repeatedly displaced by endless civil wars, who have ended up in Seattle. "A Great Wonder," which follows…
Germany's federal film funding body FFA has slated 3.2 million euros ($3.6 million) for the support of six local productions, including pics by Sandra Nettelbeck ("Mostly Martha") and Berlin 2002…
Filming on Bollywood helmer Mani Ratnam's yet-to-be named pic has been halted after he and the pic's star Vivek Oberoi suffered mishaps on set.