There's nothing in genredom quite so unhinged as the badly made psycho-thriller, and long before it's over, "The Glass House" collapses from wretched design and execution.
Organizers have vowed to step up security at next month's Mipcom's TV trade show in Cannes, as they did during the Gulf War, in light of Tuesday's terrorist onslaught.
Village Roadshow Ltd. has flagged its intention to exit Austria and Malaysia as it continues to scale back its spread of international exhibition interests to focus on fewer territories.
As a cloud of dust continued to stubbornly swirl around lower Manhattan, a similar haze of angst hung over Hollywood Wednesday.
Muslims activists in the West African state of Senegal besieged a Dakar cinema showing "Karmen Gei," a reworking of the "Carmen" story by Senegalese helmer Joseph Gaye Ramaka, claiming pic is…
After its demise as a production house, Norway's state-owned Norsk Film is heading for a record year at the cinemas.
Just two days ago, New Yorkers were in the center of the media-entertainment universe. Now, they're in the center of utter confusion.
Though the atmosphere is subdued here, Lions Gate Films has taken North American theatrical distribution rights to "Lovely and Amazing," writer-director Nicole Holofcener's second film.
Distribs will send out a pair of wide releases as planned this weekend, but it's anybody's guess as to whether auds will show up on a weekend sure to be marked by heavy TV news viewing.
An enjoyable absurdist comedy set in a remote region of Iran during the presidential elections, "Secret Ballot" by Babak Payami ("One More Day") uses humor to show the rocky path democracy must tread…
A day after nixing all activities in reaction to the horrific events south of the border, the Toronto Intl. Film Festival stumbled back into action Wednesday.