Cinemark USA'S third-quarter profit nearly doubled despite a 3% dip in revenue, as the Dallas-based exhib pared film-rental and advertising costs by 8%.
Baltic audiences are reaffirming their loyalty to local product, with Estonian pic "The Names in Marble" drawing record results for the territory.
Australia's Beyond Films has nabbed worldwide sales rights to British drama "Conspiracy of Silence."
Warner Bros.' family fantasy sequel, "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," conjured $87.7 million in estimated opening grosses to top the weekend box office. Perf repped the third-biggest…
'In Scandinavia, it takes a village to wait for "Lord of the Rings" tickets. In a display of their thick Viking blood, hundreds of fans braved up to three weeks of below-freezing weather in hopes of…
Pubcaster Doordarshan is catching up with India's fascination with Hollywood -- it is airing U.S. blockbusters dubbed in Hindi on its DD Metro channel Sundays at 8 p.m.
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Two vast studio facilities that are supposed to alleviate the TV and film lensing space crunch in Toronto are doing just the opposite -- before they're even built.
Like a wide-eyed kid making out a Christmas wish list, specialty distribs get dreamy-eyed with thoughts of crossover glory this time of year.
The after-party for "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is proving to be a tricky affair. The fact that the movie is still piling up big bucks in U.S. multiplexes -- $6.2 million just last week -- is causing…
"We don't get many Chinese films applying for Slamdance, and you have to think that these screenings will begin to change that," says Slamdance Film Festival co-founder and president Peter Baxter.