French producer Charles Gassot has a love-hate relationship with Hollywood.
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.
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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.
The Independent Feature Project has issued a call for noms for the three emerging-talent categories of the 11th annual IFP Gotham Awards, taking place Oct. 1 at Chelsea Piers' Pier Sixty.
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…
DJ Qualls, Rachel Blanchard and Sean Kanan have been cast in "Chasing Holden," a drama directed by Malcolm Clarke. William Hurt and Joshua Jackson are in negotiations to star. Pic has a five-week…
The 16th Paris Film Festival kicks off today with some 60 films to unspool before the close on April 3. Nine of those pics will compete for a $50,000 Grand Jury prize to go toward French distribution.
Santa Monica-based Web production company Zeros & Ones Entertainment has launched Zeros & Ones Studios, a work-for-hire Web animation facility. New digital arm is being formed by the team of 16…