Full-year B.O. in Spain edged up 1.5% last year to 626 million euros ($673.0 million), while admissions fell 4.2% to 140.7 million, per figures published Monday by Spain's Ministry of Culture.
The BBC is hoping to emulate the worldwide success of nature movies such as "Migrating Birds" by releasing a theatrical version of its blockbuster under-sea series "The Blue Planet."
Chinese thesp Gong Li goes for a striking career makeover in "Zhou Yu's Train," a sensual, slickly packaged slice of Euro-style metaphysical cinema centered on a free-thinking woman and the two men…
A futuristic psychothriller that goes against every rule of the genre, "Yesterday" has a limited future. First feature by writer-director Jeong Yun-su exudes lack of producer control at every level…
A slickly shot date movie, with the kind of cleverly structured, brain-teasing story that South Korean cinema has made its own, "Over the Rainbow" boasts engaging performances from its two leads but…
Miscasting of actress Kareena Kapoor in the title role of "Khushi" weakens the appeal of this comedy romancer that depends crucially on chemistry between its two leads. Tale of two college students…
Despite Mayor Bloomberg's attempts to put a rosy tint on Gotham's production activity, film and television labor unions are growing increasingly anxious about the runaway production plague.
Frances Fisher has become the first SAG board member to come out against the proposed merger with AFTRA, citing heavy-handed campaign tactics by pro-merger forces.
Continuing its push to heighten the profile of "Chicago" as Oscar ballots go out, Miramax Films has pacted with online film company IFILM.com to launch a special extended feature on the release.
A Los Angeles federal judge has dismissed a copyright suit claiming that DreamWorks lifted "Antz" from a script submitted to a writing contest.
Edward Windsor's documentary production company, Ardent, has shuttered after racking up losses of almost £2 million ($3.32 million) in 2001.