South Korean filmmakers continue to spread their wings, with the boxing film "Champion" landing in Los Angeles for a weeklong shoot, which began Friday.
India could be on the brink of a multiplex boom after finance minister Yashwant Sinha halved taxes on plexes in towns and rural areas Thursday.
"Stadium" seating, offering unimpeded sight lines by stacking seat rows progressively higher from front to back, for years was nowhere to be found in the world's movie capital even as stadium…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences handed Edmund DiGiulio an Oscar statuette Saturday night at its Scientific & Technical Achievement Award ceremony, honoring the industry vet for a…
The shortened, five-day 2002 edition of the Santa Barbara Film Festival wrapped Sunday.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie" took four Cesars, including director and film, at France's equivalent of the Academy Awards Saturday night, but surprised many by not scooping more kudos.
Posting a year-end loss of $145.1 million, Imax execs Friday pronounced the restructuring of the large-screen film company complete and promise a return to profitability this year.
Kodak is expected to lay its digital-cinema cards out on the table at the ShoWest confab in Las Vegas today.
Paramount's Mel Gibson starrer "We Were Soldiers" captured the weekend box office with an estimated frame-record gross of $20.2 million.
"Gosford Park" and "A Beautiful Mind," a pair of complex character-driven explorations, took top screenwriting honors Saturday from the Writers Guild of America.
Sporting a notably baroque plot, "Bufo & Spallanzani" weaves elements of post-modern fiction, the standard murder-mystery, time aspects and two complex love affairs into a tapestry of intrigue that…