When an insurance company evokes the "act of God" clause to refuse payment to a fisherman whose boat is struck by lightning, the aggrieved victim decides to sue, not the company, but God -- or, at…
Hollywood's head cheerleader, Jack Valenti, lauded exhib efforts to surmount current challenges from within and without Thursday, while other industry execs presented ShowEast 2001 attendees a…
The Union of the Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina has announced "No Man's Land" as Bosnia's first official entry submitted for the foreign language film Oscar.
Arrow Features has acquired worldwide rights to Atsushi Funahashi's feature debut "Echoes," starring newcomer Eden Rountree and Paolo Pagliacolo.
One crooked cop and "Thirteen Ghosts" paced Warner Bros. to an October domestic B.O. win, with "Training Day" and the Joel Silver/Robert Zemeckis-produced horror pic leading the charge.
The German box office has had a record-breaking nine months, raking in $645 million from a record 127.3 million filmgoers -- up 15% on last year -- according to the German Federal Film Board (FFA).
Next year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival will unveil a new program aimed at fostering young filmmakers.
Bruce Willis has pulled out of the Regus London Film Festival, citing family commitments.
The latest feature from Globo Filmes, "Caramuru -- A Invencao do Brasil" (Caramuru -- The Invention of Brazil), bows Nov. 9 in Brazil.
Nowhere near as flavorful as the sushi-enlivening green paste it's named after, "Wasabi" is an acceptably entertaining but borderline bland vehicle for Jean Reno, as a French police inspector…