Warner Bros. Pictures' "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," directed by Steven Spielberg, has been awarded the Golden Box Office Grosses Award by the Motion Picture Exhibitors Assn. of Japan.
New York Women in Communications has announced its 2002 Matrix Award honorees. Prize recognizes women in the media industry from advertising to public relations.
Blame it on "Project Greenlight." More aspiring filmmakers are getting a chance to prove themselves thanks to two similar exhibitor-sponsored "policy trailer" contests.
Roland Joffe, who directed the Oscar-winning film "The Killing Fields," is to make a period film based on an 18th century war between British and Indian soldiers, the producer said on Monday.
The federal government has launched a preliminary investigation into Canadian film and TV subsidies by issuing more than 100 questionnaires to Hollywood studios and production companies.
Walden Media has partnered with film and theater producer James Stern ("The Producers"), Harriet Newman Leve ("Hedda Gabler"), and Don and Steve Kempf of Giant Screen Films ("Michael Jordan: To the…
Nine rings of fire burned outside London's Odeon Leicester Square Monday night, as New Line Cinema and its U.K. partner Entertainment Film Distributors unveiled the world premiere of "Lord of the…
A $250 million film fund is the latest in a recent slew of investment opportunities for Germany's high-earners.
Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins' Tollin/Robbins Prods. has signed a two-year, first-look production and distribution deal with Paramount Pictures.
Seeking presenters for its inaugural AFI Awards next month, the American Film Institute is promising potential candidates not just a jolt of publicity but scholarships established in their names.
A New York state jury has given JP Morgan Chase an early Christmas gift, ordering re-insurance giant Axa to meet contractual obligations in a case considered a bellwether for lawsuits involving $600…