South Africa has never managed to produce more than three feature films in a year, but that's about to change, with an unprecedented 10 to 12 features planned for 2003.
There were few big announcements at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, which wrapped May 16 in Los Angeles, but showbiz companies that bank huge licensing checks from the vidgame business did…
Sharp drops in total box office were recorded in many key international territories this past week as the "X-Men" sequel ran into lap two and distribs refrained from releasing broad titles ahead of…
Cape Town, the location for the majority of international production activity in South Africa, could lose its star status as a result of greedy property owners in the city, many of whom are starting…
With a title like "Over 9 Billion Dead Served," documentarian Peter Livingston isn't shooting for subtlety in his examination of Hollywood's attitude toward onscreen carnage.
The book biz's fascination with the Black Dahlia murder -- the B-movie actress who got around town and eventually got murdered, and dismembered, in 1947 -- seems never to fade.
Hollywood, a fickle mistress to the Cannes Film Festival in previous years, is puckering up for a big French kiss.
Indian police are determined to jail the moneylenders believed to be responsible for strong-arming renowned Tamil film producer GV Venkateswaran to the point where he hanged himself in his Chennai…
It turns out agents and execs are right about the record number of scripts forming slush piles all over Hollywood. In fact, one warehouse has more than a quarter-million of them.
Aishwarya Rai, Cannes jury member and one of Bollywood's biggest female star, joined "Bend It Like Beckham" director Gurinder Chadha to promote their upcoming movie "Pride and Prejudice -- The…