Something of a civil war is breaking out in Hollywood over a proposal to battle runaway production by forcing U.S. producers to give up Canadian government subsidies.
Sony has opened the doors to Stage 4, a 2,400-square-foot mixing theater to be crewed by re-recording mixers Gary Bourgeois and Greg Orloff, who move over from the studio's Burt Lancaster Theater.
The Intl. Documentary Assn. has tapped "Children Underground," "Startup.com," "On Tiptoe: Gentle Steps to Freedom," "Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided" and "Hitler's Lost Sub" to receive…
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"The Ellen Show" may have gotten off to a shaky start with CBS, but the laffer and its star Ellen DeGeneres managed to score some major points with the people. Degeneres was one of the top…
Javier Macqua's black comedy "Carne de gallina," "Reflejos," the dark thriller debut from Miguel Angel Vivas, and the Fernando Colomo-produced sapphic farce "My Mother Likes Women" will unspool at…
Spain's biggest film industry meet, the Ibero-American Co-Production Forum, looks to have finally found an identity and a home: as a networking meet in the Southern Spanish industrial town of Huelva.
A $30,000 digitally shot horror film helmed by Rizal Mantovani and Jose Purnomo called "Jelangkung" (Ouija Board) is a surprise hit in Indonesia and a tonic for the country's languishing film…
Facing a production slump and lack of interest from offshore acquisitions teams, the Screen Producers Assn. of Australia confab concentrated on local issues.
The Korean motion picture business is enjoying a kind of renaissance, with local films pacing the B.O. and international industryites schmoozing at the recently wrapped Pusan festival.
Whatever else their problems, U.S. troops fighting the war on terrorism won't have to worry that they're missing this or that hot, new film release.