Who says it's tough to pre-sell Australian films to overseas buyers nowadays? Not the producers of "Love's Brother" and sales agent Arclight Films, who have closed deals for numerous territories.
When it comes to acting lessons, the path between Europe and the U.S. has traditionally been one-way only. It was European masters like Stanislavski, after all, who inspired many of America's modern…
Aiming to cash in on the booming DVD/VCD market, Thai producers are churning out low-budget features that go direct to video and bypass cinemas altogether.
"Bruce Almighty" was a heaven-sent gift for exhibs and auds in German-speaking territories while "2 Fast 2 Furious" fueled takings in Mexico and yet another local pic triumphed in South Korea last…
Pat Rubie runs Top Technicians, Australia's largest booking agency for film and TV crafts, and she's glum -- as are many techies. Rubie describes the first six months of this year as "catastrophic."…
Rafael Bellavita is confident his MK1 will do a roaring business, once people grasp the concept of the machine.
Radically different from the reality programming that saturates television, nonfiction entertainment of a more upscale breed is making an impact on the big screen.
Bigger, sleeker and better than the first, sequel "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" is a joyride of a movie that takes the winning elements of the year 2000 hit to the next level. Sweet spirited…
In Wayne Ewing's rollicking docu "Breakfast With Hunter," elder statesman of American counter-culturalism and self-styled "champion of fun" Hunter S. Thompson finally gets what he deserves -- a movie…
"The Spanish Apartment," a whimsical drama about a French student living in Barcelona, won two major awards at the Sydney Film Festival on Friday.