Oscar fever reached the Berlin Intl. Film Festival Tuesday, with screenings of "A Beautiful Mind" and "Iris" coming just a few hours after their Academy Award nominations.
In simpler times, all a Hong Kong filmmaker needed for a greenlight was to attach an actor or two to a project. Asian distributors, flush with cash from booming B.O. in Southeast Asia's tiger…
The wizards are working toward world domination. "Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone" looks to collect $900 million at the global box office and "The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring" is…
Working out the finer points of a successful co-production can often be a complicated task -- and the devil is all too often in the details.
They meet again. DreamWorks and Miramax, no strangers to competition, are already jockeying with their respective megabudget dramas, "The Road to Perdition" and "The Gangs of New York."
Box office for U.S. pics is improving in Egypt, and film distributors are expressing hope for more profit in the future.
Rarely does a wide-release pic with an A-list star make an unabashed pitch for, of all things, universal health care.
Movie and TV stars, entertainers, producers, directors and the press swooped down on the Philippine Senate early February to seek legislative support in their campaign to save the entertainment…
Blighty's most famous celeb couple will bring a touch of added verisimilitude to the U.K. comedy "Bend It Like Beckham."
The folks at London's sound-effects-library.com have done a "bang-up" job for the producers of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," the upcoming stage show based on the 1968 kidpic.
Sometimes, it really is enough just to be nominated. Consider, for example, what it would mean for a darkhorse contender like Miramax's "In the Bedroom" to land a best-pic Oscar nom.