Boomer pics are booming. Paramount's older-skewing psychological thriller "Changing Lanes" sped past Sony's "Panic Room" to open at No. 1 with an estimated $17.6 million in weekend box office.
Faced with the delicate business of promoting its first mature-rated title for the GameCube vidgame console, Nintendo took an unusual cross-media tack: It created an online film festival.
For those biting their nails while waiting to hear from the Cannes Film Festival, save some for later: The Official Selection won't be announced until April 24 and it's likely the selection committee…
Industryites have welcomed the Mexican government's long-awaited unveiling of its criteria for film classification.
Cinema marquees in many territories resembled a Hollywood end-of-season clearance sale last week as "Collateral Damage" was unloaded in the U.K., John Travolta's dud "Domestic Disturbance" made…
A slight, graying man, wearing a dark plaid shirt, moves slowly from behind a stack of scripts to a couch, where he sits, straightening his glasses. A photo of that same man, quite a few years…
Japanese film production is on the rise, thanks to the rebirth of Japan's oldest film studio Shochiku, and the niche consciousness of relative newcomers like Gaga Communications. But whether a…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
If you want to catch the London film crowd on the way down to Cannes next month, don't go looking in the British Airways lounge at Heathrow, where a return to Nice costs at least $250, but head for…