When Silvio Berlusconi's right-wing coalition shook up the Venice Film Festival at the end of last year and ousted its director Alberto Barbera, supporters of the media mogul-prime minister…
While film festivals continue to breed with rabbit-like efficiency, only a select few really matter to the entertainment industry. Of those, only the Telluride Film Festival has a reputation built…
German entertainment group In-Motion has cut its stake in Los Angeles-based Myriad Pictures from 100% to 30% as it reshapes its film and TV division. Move had long been rumored.
Key runaway production legislation has evaporated in the face of California's $24 billion budget gap.
An astute account the downward life spiral of "Hogan's Heroes" star Bob Crane from upright family man to sex addict, obsessive pornographer and murder victim, this true-life saga of sex, lies and…
Internationalmedia, owner of L.A.-headquartered Intermedia, has revised its full-year business forecast for 2002 following the poor performance of "K-19: The Widowmaker."
For the first time, a digital pic -- Dominique Standaert's directorial debut "Hop" will open the Flanders Intl. Film Festival.
Horst Otto Gregor Wendlandt, producer of a large number of German box office hits with company Rialto, died Aug. 30 of cancer in Berlin aged 80.
Labor Day auds gave the greenlight for "Signs" to park atop weekend box office rankings for a third time in its fifth frame with an estimated $16.5 million in four-day grosses.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American rights to Roger Michell's "The Mother," a drama about a grandmother who embarks upon a passionate affair with a man half her age.