In what's shaping up as a potential collision on the information superhighway between Hollywood and the Baby Bells, the MPAA is calling for tougher rules ensuring that telephone company entry into…
Pierre DesRoches has unexpectedly resigned as executive director of Telefilm Canada, the country's most influential film and TV funder. DesRoches, who has helmed Montreal-based Telefilm for the past…
With five days still to play at the 44th Berlinale, competition boss Moritz de Hadeln had three slam dunks, a lot of rim shots and several complete misses.
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Sony Pictures Classics has picked up all North American rights to the feel-good Russian/French movie "Window to Paris," screening here in the Panorama section of the 44th Berlinale.
In Austria, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler and many other Nazis, the European premiere of Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" became much more than a cultural event Wednesday.
Response to Asian cinema has been stronger this year than last year, according to marketgoers at the Berlin Film Festival.
Hot from the Sundance Film Festival, Rose Troche's "Go Fish" has emerged as one of the fastest-selling pix in the market here, with theatrical distribution deals already agreed to in five…
Miramax has postponed until March 11 the release of “You So Crazy” pending appeal of the Martin Lawrence comedy concert pic’s NC-17 rating. Film was to have opened Feb. 25, but the ratings board…
Warner Home Video has moved up the release date of "The Fugitive" to March 10 to capitalize on publicity from the film's Academy Award nominations.
New Line Cinema has wooed John Woo's next pic away from a slew of bidders, landing the untitled action bonanza about a Florida cop tied up with the mob.
Less than a year after its formation, and following its involvement as executive producers of the coming Columbia Pictures pic "Bottle Rocket," the production company Boyle & Taylor Prods. is closing…