A Canadian government delegation met here Dec. 9 with Thai government officials and film producers to discuss establishing a bilateral film treaty.
New Line Cinema guards its prints for "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" with a ferocity usually reserved for Harry Winston and Tom Cruise.
After months of publicly distancing himself from the day-to-day operations of Universal Studios, Barry Diller is tightening his grip on the Black Tower.
A framed copy of a DVD for the 1998 "VooDoo Dawn" sits on the receptionist's desk, ready for hanging in Splendid Pictures' Beverly Glen office. On his way out to lunch, Splendid CEO David Glasser…
As the recipient of a distinguished service award from the Directors Guild of Canada, subject of a retrospective at the 2002 Toronto Film Fest and now founder of the Documentary Studio for the next…
It's been a great couple of weeks for Baz Luhrmann. His reinvention of "La Boheme" opened to smash reviews in New York. And Leonardo DiCaprio, the star of his next pic, the epic "Alexander the…
The door may at last be cracking open for federal legislation to fight runaway production.
The "Harry Potter" and James Bond juggernauts have boosted the December B.O. abroad way above the same month last year, while still leaving breathing room for a handful of rookies and older-skewing…
While Italy's film industry waits for legal reforms, and piracy and the crisis of national broadcasters create further problems for producers, Filmauro topper Aurelio De Laurentiis is heading "back…
The waiting game is over -- at least for one deep-pocketed "Harry Potter" fan.