The stories of three ennui-ridden women separated by decades commingle with calculated resonance in "The Hours." Considerable intelligence and strategic finesse have been brought to bear on this…
The film exhibition industry of the South Asian state of Bangladesh has been badly hit after weekend bombings at four cinemas left 17 dead and 100 injured.
Sophie Marceau, Vincent Perez and Charles Berling will star in Diane Kurys "Je reste" (I'm Staying), which begins an 11-week shoot next month in Paris.
Swedish director Josef Fares' new $2.2 million comedy "Cops" will open Sweden's 27th Goteborg Film Festival on Jan. 24, before Sonet's general release of the Memfis Film production on Feb 7.
Another six-stage studio complex is planned for suburban Sydney, where Fox Studios Australia monopolizes most work.
Tarak Ben Ammar, film producer and adviser to media moguls Silvio Berlusconi and Rupert Murdoch, on Tuesday was appointed chairman of the board of Italy's Roma Studios.
An over-long comedy with a common touch, "If I Were a Rich Man" follows a husband's escapades as he endeavors to live it up while concealing from his wife the fact he's won a lottery jackpot. Blend…
Oscar night may be more than three months away, but awards season is in full swing. Screening lists are growing, special soirees are plentiful, and marketing mavens are frantic.
A double dose of the boy wizard has rocketed Warner Bros. past Sony into pole position at the overseas B.O. -- and it looks sure to take line honors for 2002.
Steven Spielberg is not only one of Hollywood's most decorated filmmakers, he is one of its most prolific. By year's end, the American public will have witnessed not one but two of the director's…
Awards voters love teachers. And maybe because most teachers earn a ridiculously low salary, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences figures the least it can do is reward them with Oscar noms.