Showbox, a film investment and distrib company set up earlier this year, officially kicked off business Oct. 15 with a ceremony at the Megabox Theater in Seoul.
It's not that MGM has gone looking for controversy, but it's certainly found it this fall.
Goosing the fall biz, national films drew crowds in Italy, France and Spain last week, alongside some U.S. heavyhitters.
A storm is raging over City Hall's withdrawal from the Paris Film Festival -- and plans to stage its own rival event. Not only has the authority axed axe760,000 grant to the fest -- a third of its…
Orlando, Fla., is one of the world's steamiest locales, but Frank Stirling had to be sweating even more than most at ShowEast.
Murilo Salles' "Que Sera Sera" was tapped for feature honors at the fourth Rio de Janeiro Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Oct. 10.
If you think your boss can be ghoulish, check out Sega prexy Peter Moore. The normally natty Englishman played a zombie during filming this summer of the movie version of his vidgame company's gory…
Remembering the successes of recent local comedies like "My Sassy Girl," "My Wife Is a Gangster" and "Doosabu Ilche," Korean filmmakers lined up a long list of funny pics for this fall.
Poll numbers are down for "The West Wing." Cleveland's not rockin' so hard on "The Drew Carey Show." And the troops are restless over at "JAG."
If "Ring" rings the bell at the worldwide box office, will studios continue to play foreign-lingo bingo?
Western producers who want to shoot in China often complain they don't know how to access that vast market, or they find that dealing with the country's bureaucracy is a laborious process.