Ambivalence reigned during parties and award shows leading up to Sunday night's Oscar kudocast against the backdrop of war.
Management consultancy KPMG Intl. has predicted better times for embattled Bollywood, saying India's ailing film industry is expected to return to profitability in the next 18-24 months.
Charlize Theron has come aboard to exec produce the period drama "Head in the Clouds," alongside Julia Palau, Matthew Payne and Julian Remillard.
More than a few documentaries in recent years have accessed contempo youths' reality by putting camcorders in their hands. "Refugee" continues in same vein with a vivid sense of personal adventure as…
Billed as Indian cinema's first serious treatment of male homosexuality -- and offering up its first "real" man-to-man kiss -- "Mango Souffle" may not seem groundbreaking to Western viewers as it…
Multiplex developer Kolosej Kinematografi will build the country's third multiplex in Maribor at the end of the year, following the success of plexes in the capital, Ljubljana, opened in 2001, and…
American films accounted for 71.2% of admissions in the European Union in 2002, rebounding from a relatively weak 65.2% a year earlier.
The long-running standoff between "Lord of the Rings" master Peter Jackson and the New Zealand Film Commission seems to be over.
For a second straight frame, Hollywood stormed domestic theaters with a phalanx of wobbly new titles that crix and moviegoers promptly shot down. Disney laffer "Bringing Down the House" remained…
It's not exactly a swing back to the era when mainstream distribbers squabbled over credit card movies -- but it's close.
If you watch movies to escape reality, this might not be the ideal week to check out "Deterrence." Writer-director Rod Lurie's low-budget thriller, released by Paramount Classics in March 2000…