Ridley Scott's "Hannibal" may be denied its 15-plus classification in Australia, where children younger than 15-year-old can see the chiller with an adult -- at least for the time being.
There is a distinct aura of caution hanging over this year's American Film Market. After last year's boom time, when German IPO cash was flooding the halls of the Loews Santa Monica Hotel, and sales…
With 607 films released locally -- an increase of 70% in five years French indie distributors felt the heat in 2000. The sheer volume of releases made it harder than ever to keep movies on screens…
This year's American Film Market powers into the Loews Hotel, Le Merigot and the streets of Santa Monica on Feb. 21 like a souped-up race car that's had the benefit of a thorough tune-up.
Pathe ruled the roost last year as "Chicken Run" peeked out the top box office spot for U.K. independent distributors with more than $42 million (and a No. 3 spot for total U.K. b.o. for the year)…
"Hannibal" grabbed greedy second helpings at the head of the box office chow line over the long Presidents Day weekend with a whopping $35.5 million in estimated four-day grosses. Horror-thriller's…
Indie producers who have a hard time fighting for exposure at the Sundance Film Festival can always be glad that less than two months after the hype and the madness of the Utah fest, the American…
Though clouds have started to gather once more over the South Korean economy, attendance at the nation's multiplexes continues at a robust pace with domestic films taking top tickets.
American Film Market attendees know that in Los Angeles, you are what you eat -- or, more precisely, where you eat. Nothing conveys coolness better than knowing the best new restaurants in town, and…
With increasing competition from the majors, a handful of independent Oz distribs found success in 2000 by looking for product closer to home.
For newly appointed AFMA executive director Jean Prewitt, new technologies are both a concern and a boon to members of the indie film org.