In the thriller "The Firm," a young hotshot joins a prestigious law firm only to discover that it has a sinister side.
Last summer, the mantra among Hollywood execs was "day-and-date," as a slew of films rolled out in international markets on the heels of their domestic launches.
A perfect storm of distribution challenges has engulfed the arthouse market.
While TV producers squealed with shock, the U.K. film industry was quietly pleased when Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown announced April 17 that TV shows would be immediately excluded from…
Brawny bows by "The Scorpion King" in Asia and Australia and chart-topping debuts by "Panic Room" and "Blade II" in key European markets put a spring in many exhibs' steps last week, although the…
The tentpole era has created at least one unlikely byproduct: the blockbuster magazine cover.
For years they were too old for "Sesame Street" and too young for "Animal House." But now tweens are the hottest demo in Hollywood.
The April 21 electoral defeat of the center-right conservative government of Viktor Orban may mark the end to one of the strangest epochs in Hungarian cinematic history -- the era of the state-funded…