Dutch films, for the second year in a row, and somewhat unexpectedly, are set to take close to 10% of the domestic box office this year.
While "Red Dragon," "XXX," and "The Ring" kept the B.O. humming last week, some exhibs griped that distribs were unloading a slew of titles before the arrival of the holiday season blockbusters.
Studio production pacts have left the ICU and are in stable condition. Between 1998 and February 2002, the Hollywood majors on average slashed producing pacts by an astonishing 30%. Now things are…
The Australian Film Finance Corp.'s search for a chief executive -- arguably the most or one of the most influential positions in the film production and financing industry -- has taken more twists…
Innovative marketing and the development of black auds is helping Ster-Kinekor, South Africa's biggest exhibitor, decrease its dependency on content and bring people back to the cinema.
The debate boils down to this: Has Miramax gone out of focus both for its founders and for the creative community?
Eduard Cortes' portrayal of a false yuppie, "La vida de nadie" (Nobody's Life), Luis Maria Guell's experimental "Nudos" and Xavier Villaverde's thriller "13 Campanadas" (When the Bell Chimed 13th)…
A Wide 'Net
While "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" may slavishly adhere to its source novel nearly as much as its predecessor did, it is on every count a better movie than last year's first film…
Tom Rice's "The Rising Place" is an ultra-touchy-feely civil-rights drama as imagined by theme-park organizers, with every character painted in broad strokes in a story that rings false at every…