After months of internal strife, France's Centre National de la Cinematographie, which plows around 1.5 billion francs ($204 million) a year into the French film industry, is to get a new topper.
Jonathan Bing: The Write Stuff
At the end of one of the roughest weeks in Village Roadshow Ltd.'s history, marked by its stock price hitting an all-time low, managing director Graham Burke was doggedly fighting bad press and…
Three separate investment groups are butting heads over Regal Cinemas, the nation's largest movie theater chain, in a sign the beleaguered biz has hit bottom, with nowhere to go but up.
Miramax Films is launching the World Film Series, a distribution program that will release at least 10 films each year, primarily foreign-language titles, in the top 20 U.S. markets.
Should "I Am Dina" be subtitled "I Love Trouble"? The principal photography for the pic has started under Ole Bornedal's direction, but the producers are facing problems they never read about in…
Paramount Classics has acquired "Focus," the feature directorial debut of award-winning photographer Neal Slavin, for North America and multiple international territories.
Lesson No. 1 from last week's mixed-bag B.O. frame: German audiences don't want to revisit World War II -- at least not as it's evoked in "Enemy at the Gates," Jean-Jacques Annaud's epic which has…
Planeta 2010, the aggressive startup film and TV arm of Spanish publisher Planeta, has closed an output deal for German pubcaster ZDF's library.
Forget the computer-generated tidal waves or the completely digital disappearing humans. Oscar voters issued a surprising message Sunday when picking the winner for best visual f/x: Less is more, and…
Following the postponement of flagship pic "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," Renaissance Films has axed two execs and may cut five jobs in its sales arm, as the London-based production and sales…