More people will have the opportunity to watch the latest movies of Nicolas Cage and Bruce Willis via video on demand, thanks to an MGM deal giving In Demand the right to sell its theatricals to…
The Biennial Tech Symposium of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival will be a long way from ski country this year, with a three-day run in Santa Barbara set for Sept. 5-7.
Five filmmakers taking part in a contest sponsored by Perrier have completed their films, which now are on display at Perrier's Web site, whose visitors will vote to pick a winner.
Software maker Final Draft has partnered with interactive TV company GoldPocket Interactive to simplify creation of ITV projects in the latest version of the top-selling scriptwriting program.
Paul Thomas Anderson's "Punch-Drunk Love" has been tapped as the centerpiece film of the 40th annual New York Film Festival.
With "Undisputed," writer-director Walter Hill is back in contention as one of Hollywood's last defenders of the muscular, no-nonsense genre movie. After a stretch of questionable projects like "Last…
The American Dream, Manhattan-masala style, proves a double-edged sword in "The Guru," a generally entertaining but rather old-fashioned romantic comedy in which an Indian dance instructor finds…
Setting its sights on Hollywood, Japan's telecom giant Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. (NTT) will use two U.S. universities to test the high-speed transmission of digitized movies over the…
U.K. cinema admissions were up 8% in July to 15 million tickets sold, the month's best box office performance since 1971.
In yet another restructuring of its operations, Danish media giant Egmont has combined its distribution division Egmont Entertainment with its production arm Nordisk Film.
Sony/Revolution's extreme-sports spy actioner "XXX" repeated atop the weekend box office with an estimated $23 million in soph grosses, the first pic since Sony's "Men in Black 2" managed the feat on…