"Asia is flourishing," said Hong Kong - Asia Screenings director Wouter Barendrecht, "because unlike Europe, we really have an industry with very big commercial films. In the last two years, people…
If it's good enough for the Terminator, it's good enough for ex-con-turned-producer Walter T. Shaw. "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" begins production April 15 in Los Angeles -- not in Canada, as…
Hollywood believes it takes the Village to premiere a movie, but the Village isn't cooperating: Blockbuster movie preems are being squeezed out of Westwood.
Westwood is shrinking -- at least the part Hollywood cares about. Theaters in the UCLA-adjacent neighborhood are aging noticeably and fewer movies are playing there due to some key screens going dark.
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…
The Leopold and Loeb story gets a modernistic makeover in "Murder by Numbers," an engrossing but psychologically shallow tale of a female cop on the tail of two arrogant teenage killers. Low-key by…
LIONS GATE SWINGS WIDER Today, Lions Gate releases its widest bow ever, the Bill Paxton-helmed "Frailty." Aside from topping former wide champ "O" in number of engagements, the arthouse distrib…