The lessons of war are still being written in Iraq, but the Iraqis themselves -- including dictator Saddam Hussein -- have apparently been studying up at the local equivalent of Blockbuster for their…
It hasn't gone away, but the possessory credit is becoming less fashionable. During the 1990s, more than 70% of directors took the "A Film By . . ." credit, according to WGA surveys; unofficial…
Here's an irony for you: the Czech Republic, said to be having an off year and faced with dwindling film funds, still turns out a slate of films that includes a half-dozen or so with international…
The war in Iraq may still be under way, but Hollywood's battle against runaway production looks to have found a bit of relief thanks, in part, to the conflict.
The Oscar ceremony should have been the greatest night of his career. But while his movie "The Pianist" was winning three statuettes, he was blocked from traveling to the U.S. by legal troubles that…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Exhibs in some markets continued to blame the Iraq war TV coverage for depressing ticket sales last week while elsewhere bookers identified the real "enemy" as the paucity of compelling product.
A worldwide broadcaster conclave might seem an unlikely place to assess digital cinema, but that's just where many key companies and people in the nascent business gathered last week.
Argentine helmer-scribe Santiago Carlos Oves has begun lensing "Conversaciones con mama" (Conversations with Mother), a drama starring veteran actress Concepción "China" Zorrilla de San Martín and…
South Africa's National Film and Video Foundation will be working to consolidate the country's position as a prime filmmaking destination at the AFCI Locations Expo in Los Angeles from April 11 to 14.
The second Intl. Three Continents Documentary Film Festival, to be held in South Africa from September 3 to 24, aims to provide a platform for fostering increased human rights awareness in Asia…