Just how far will studios go to win the top spot in the DVD sales charts? How about turning to fruit? Universal Home Video plastered 100 million navel oranges at grocery stores across the country…
The new topper of Babelsburg is bringing a Rolodex stuffed with top Hollywood and German biz names to the Berlin studios.
The Producers Guild of America will induct films "The Manchurian Candidate" and "Network" and TV series "Maude" and "Happy Days" into its hall of fame.
Philip Cohen has been promoted to senior VP of music business affairs for Universal Pictures.
Six top film editors will participate in a series of afternoon programs at Gotham's American Museum of the Moving Image beginning Saturday and running through Dec. 16.
These must be strange times if a $270 million, star-laden project based on an all-time bestseller with a rabid global following can be considered an underdog.
Kabul theaters shuttered by the Taliban when they took over power in Afghanistan are reopening -- and India's filmmakers and distribs hope to start providing content again.
More than 90% of moviegoers are "very" or "quite" satisfied after seeing a French film, according to a survey published Friday in Le Film Francais magazine.
Marcel Sisniega's "Una de Dos" (One of Two), a romantic comedy about lovelorn twins, won the Independent Critics' award at the first Mazatlan Film Festival.
After a public outcry, Warner Bros. has reversed its decision to up ticket prices for "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" when it preems in Thailand on Friday.
FILM Amelie (France) Bridget Jones’s Diary (U.K.) Das Experiment (Germany) Intimacy (France/Italy) Italian for Beginners (Denmark) The Others (Spain) The Piano Teacher (Austria/France) The Son’s Room…