Fortune Star won't announce its first film slate until this fall, and for a reason rarely heard of in Hong Kong.
The national film institute is urging filmmakers to document Argentina's slide into economic and social crisis for television broadcast in the coming year.
Paybox M-Net has invited local filmmakers to submit ideas for eight productions for its primetime "Movie of the Month."
Peter Bart: The Backlot
As a proponent of free expression, it's a bit ironic that artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel finds himself in a dispute over whether a documentary about his creative process should be screened for…
The disclosure last week that Sony Corp. of America would soon be shaking up the pecking order of executives at its Sony Pictures Entertainment division has produced more questions than answers.
Italy's cash-rich and highly secretive publishing group De Agostini is expanding its audiovisual businesses in Italy and Spain, despite a general economic slowdown.
The alien fighters in "Men in Black II" rescued the B.O. in Germany and Austria last week, while folks in some other Euro markets headed for the beach or the country on vacation. A fair number of…
Hollywood studios' interest in operating international movie theaters runs deeper than merely selling popcorn and soft drinks in exotic locales.
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Prague's film service companies are anticipating full dance cards for the second half of the year, as a number of films waltz onto the horizon. And with Jackie Chan starrer "Shanghai Knights" and ABC…