Continuing the steady climb in trading that has marked recent editions of Mifed, organizers of the Milan-based international film, TV and multimedia market have announced a further increase in films…
"Air Force One" roared off the runway in its maiden foreign flight in Brazil over the weekend, while "The Fifth Element" blitzed Germany and "Volcano" blew hot and cold in four European markets.
In the first flurry of business since the Venice Intl. Film Festival began last week, U.S. acquisitions execs are moving to grab up two of the fest's most well-received films.
In what might be the "David and Goliath" battle of Mafia spoofs next summer, Dom DeLuise, Patrick Van Horn and Lou Ferrigno have been cast in indie pic "The Godson."
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin ("The American President," "A Few Good Men") filed a suit in Los Angeles Superior Court against 20th Century Fox and actor-producer Warren Beatty for not paying him fully…
It was a summer of surprises: Few thought that what was mostly a lackluster B.O. season would end Monday in a record $2.22 billion, albeit only 2% better than the prior record frame of 1996.
Organizers of the eighth annual Portland Creative Conference have announced the event’s slate of speakers. Speakers for the Sept. 18-20 confab include Dennis Muren, visual effects supervisor of “The…
Sony Pictures Releasing on Friday became only the second distributor in history to gross $1 billion domestically in a single year.
The filmmaking arm of the United Nations, long hobbled by the peacekeeping org's overall lack of funds, is looking to step up activity through co-productions and Hollywood input, U.N. Secretary…
Leave it to the tranquil air of this mountain outpost to turn rebellious helmer Oliver Stone into a sanguine cheerleader for the studio system.
Buena Vista's "G.I. Jane" and New Line's "Money Talks" remained the two top choices of North American moviegoers over the Labor Day weekend, despite the presence of four new wide releases.