As the year hit the halfway point, U.S. studios looked headed for a banner year overseas -- but the big challenge is to maintain this momentum.
The president may not be a big Hollywood movie fan, but he might want to consider doing a little fund-raising in Texas. The Lone Star State has always been friendly territory for Dubya, its former…
After sweating out a long, lonely winter, Prague is hot again with summer films. "Running Scared," a low-budget New Jersey Mafia pic, began shooting in late June at Prague Studios.
The Backlot: Having achieved a certain cinematic royalty through his string of hits, Steven Spielberg faces new challenges with both his company and his directing career.
Spider-Man and Shrek are ruling the box office world through the power of sequels while Michael Moore shows potent drawing power in the first foreign forays for "Fahrenheit 9/11."
Michael Moore may have set his sights on ousting George W. Bush in November, but it's not the only election he's weighed in on lately. While in Toronto last month to promote "Fahrenheit 9/11," Moore…
In a film financing first, European Web conglom Tiscali is dipping its toe into the movie business.
Is "Star Trek" out of gas -- or dilithium crystals, as the "Trek" faithful would say? The bigscreen "Star Trek: Nemesis" stumbled two years ago. UPN recently banished the fourth season of low-rated…
Gauls depressed at the thought of returning to their work-a-day lives come September, may find themselves cheered up by the thought of a cheap date at the movies.
Following its record-breaking opening in the U.S., "Fahrenheit 9/11" looks set to replicate its success across the Middle East.
In the past couple of years, distrib Tait Brady was exasperated that some of the best Aussie scripts he read never got made because the producers could not secure the hefty advances from sales agents…