Over the weekend BVI's "Pearl Harbor" became the highest-earning international release for 2001, surpassing "The Mummy Returns," which unwrapped $214 million.
Winstar Cinema has acquired "What Time Is It There?," the latest film by Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-Liang. Winstar will screen the pic in the U.S. and English-speaking Canada.
Furthur Films will produce “The Ride Down Mount Morgan,” starring Michael Douglas. Information was incorrect in Thursday’s paper. * * * Thomas Ian Nicholas is repped by the Osbrink Talent Agency and…
Bemoaning Orwellian trends in Hollywood studio production, veteran cinematographer-filmmaker Haskell Wexler made a heartfelt speech Sunday at the 55th Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival in which he railed…
The 32nd Intl. Film Festival of India will unspool in Bangalore Oct. 10-20 with a special focus on American independent films.
Sandrew Metronome bowed 11-plex Kinopalaet Aug. 17 in the Copenhagen suburb of Lyngby as part of a municipal culture center.
In line with its cost-cutting program, Germany's Kinowelt is folding its Arthaus theatrical distribution arm into its main releasing outfit, Kinowelt Filmverleih.
There was unqualified good news -- and a dose of potentially bad news -- for Oz exhibs and distribs at the Australian Intl. Movie Convention, which ran Aug. 14-18 at the Royal Pines Resort.
The natural element for "John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars" is the drive-in, and that's the problem. Carpenter's movies, and especially his new one, belong to a bygone filmgoing culture that reveled in…
Universal delivered another "Pie" in the face of box office competish, as its young-skewing sequel laffer repped the first repeat No. 1 perf in 12 frames over a weekend that bolstered prospects that…
Kevin Smith's venerable supporting characters, Jay and Silent Bob, get their own starring vehicle with the curiously titled "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back", and the results are -- to borrow Smith's…