Beginning Jan. 26, India's Republic Day, Bombay's 150-odd cinemas will have to play the national anthem at the beginning or ending of each screening.
Vet actor Norma Aleandro has signed on for the lead in helmer-scribe Eduardo Mignogna's "Cleopatra," a road movie about two women escaping the drudgery of marriage and job, a la "Thelma & Louise."
Ground was broken last week for a highly subsidized Vancouver Intl. Film Center to house the city's growing film festival and to provide multimedia exhibition space, a 170-seat theater and editing…
Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" has become the highest-grossing documentary ever in the U.K.
U.K. cinema admissions rose 13% to 175.9 million in 2002, with B.O. up 17% to £755 million ($1.21 billion).
The Berlin Film Festival has revealed the lineup of documentaries within its arthouse section Panorama, including pics by former Berlinale participants Oliver Stone, Alex Law and Andreas Dresen.
New pan-Euro film financing, production and distribution company Entera has tapped Margaret Nicoll, former general manager of Spanish distribber Sogepaq, as international production director.
Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Prods. is partnering for the first time with Greg and Gavin O'Connor's Solaris to option "Memoir From Antproof Case," a novel by Mark Helprin.
Warner Bros./Castle Rock's Jerry Bruckheimer-produced laffer "Kangaroo Jack" hopped to the head of the box office pack with an estimated $17.7 million bow, while Sony's Martin Lawrence starrer…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has a new stage musical in the works, a fresh version of a decades-old one ready to hit the West End in April, and two films in varying degrees of preparedness.
It's hard enough for studios to gain a foothold in a summer release schedule teaming with blockbuster movies. But studios now have a blockbuster book to contend with: "Harry Potter and the Order of…
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