A year after Damian Jones and Graham Broadbent's Dragon Pictures was transformed into Mission Pictures by a capital injection from Andrew Hauptman and Ellen Bronfman's investment shingle Andell, the…
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The after-party for "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is proving to be a tricky affair. The fact that the movie is still piling up big bucks in U.S. multiplexes -- $6.2 million just last week -- is causing…
Despite the phenomenal successes of "Shiri" in 1999 and "Joint Security Area" (aka "JSA") in 2000, both pics military-set movies about South-North Korea relations, Korean film producers have been…
Elie Samaha's Franchise Pictures may never win an Oscar, but the dry-cleaning maven turned movie mogul is clearly a visionary when it comes to budget-padding techniques.
Pubcaster Doordarshan is catching up with India's fascination with Hollywood -- it is airing U.S. blockbusters dubbed in Hindi on its DD Metro channel Sundays at 8 p.m.
"We don't get many Chinese films applying for Slamdance, and you have to think that these screenings will begin to change that," says Slamdance Film Festival co-founder and president Peter Baxter.
Two vast studio facilities that are supposed to alleviate the TV and film lensing space crunch in Toronto are doing just the opposite -- before they're even built.
In Universal Pictures' upcoming "The Cat in the Hat," Mike Myers comes blasting out of the dark to materialize in a sleepy suburban living room and turn the place topsy-turvy.