By the time budding writer/director Amy Waddell was down to her martini shot one recent night after five frenzied days of filming, she and her crew had created 136 set-ups at four locations, rolled…
Morgan Creek Prods. said it has agreed to use DX Systems' film, video and television copyright-management software, a move that could sweeten DX's offerings, once it pairs up with a rights tracking…
Record-busting preems by the latest 007 adventure and "Tarzan," plus good-to-excellent debuts by "End of Days" ignited the box office in a slew of offshore territories over the weekend.
In the great card game that is box office, Disney execs have long known that their 1999 holiday hand held at least one ace and one deuce.
With the local industry finally starting on a roll after years in the doldrums, the Intl. Thessaloniki Film Festival (Nov. 12-21) wrapped its 40th edition on a high.
Record crowds packed screenings and even the more challenging sidebar programs pulled significant numbers at the 17th Turin Film Festival a strong start for newly appointed event director Stefano…
Domestic fare is dominating box office in Poland, with Andrzej Wajda's pic "Pan Tadeusz" setting records for the decade.
The Karlovy Vary Festival has axed general manager Rudolf Biermann. The move strengthens the positions of fest president Jiri Bartoska and program director Eva Zaoralova.
The lovely Jodie Foster makes a valiant effort at bringing a contemporary edge to the role of 19th century schoolteacher Anna Leonowens in "Anna and the King," the third version of the popular tale…
The Stephen Sondheim musical "Wise Guys" won't make the spring Broadway season, which means that in Hollywood, it's open season on the show's director, Sam Mendes.
Frank Darabont emerges from his five-year hiatus after "The Shawshank Redemption" with "The Green Mile," an intermittently powerful and meticulously crafted drama that falls short of its full…