With the ongoing outbreak of a mysterious pneumonia-like disease and war on Iraq, Hong Kong's much-hyped April film month is facing a double threat.
One of China's longest cinematic bans came to an end last week, as "Rice" finally bowed in Beijing after a seven year wait. Based on a novel by Su Tong, the film tells the story of a 1920s peasant…
Norwegian cinema, which last year lost almost lost half of its local audience, tumbling to a 7.8% market share, is bouncing back, taking almost 60% of the entire 2002 attendance within the first two…
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Timothy M. Gray - Reel Life
Studio chieftains must wonder when someone will finally invent a crystal ball that works. Disney's "Bringing Down the House" is piling up the box office coin. The irreverent laffer has been top…
Starting April 1, Japan's film distribs, cinema owners, DVD resellers, publishers and even U.S. majors will have a novel service at their disposal: Gaga Digital Brain (GDB).