It's a Thursday morning at the Newman Scoring Stage on the Fox lot. Steven Spielberg has stopped by to listen to a 104-piece orchestra play Michael Giacchino's score for "Super 8," the J.J. Abrams…
Warner Bros.' R-rated laffer "The Hangover Part II" had worldwide audiences splitting their sides over the May 25-30 time frame, opening to more than $195 million globally, making it the highest…
As crowdsourcing heats up around the globe, Gallic producer Tom Dercourt is developing La Septieme Salle, a community-based website that gives Gallic users a say in which arthouse films are booked at…
It's hard to imagine following up the bleak teen mom drama "Precious" with the frothy young girl pic "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer."
Change comes slowly at Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. This week, for the first time since 1981, there is a new management structure at the nonprofit org.
Martin Scorsese, in conjunction with the Film Foundation and Gucci, unspooled a refurbished print of Federico Fellini's classic "La Dolce Vita" at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, presented June 1 by the…
Heavy hitters turned out for the June 1 dedication of the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Center for Animation on the USC School of Cinematic Arts campus. Steven Spielberg and George Lucas showed…
New York indie film producers have had a rough time of it over the past three years, but those who've survived the most drastic changes are vets who made their first big splash in the 1990s, and made…
Nearly two decades after its screen went dark, the last of African nation Chad's movie theaters has once again opened its doors with the help of two local helmers.
As numerous startup distribs and indie offshoots continue to crowd the specialty field, the need for brand recognition becomes increasingly important for auds and bizzers alike.
Now that it's a big hit, "Bridesmaids" has reminded the industry that women can not only be funny, but also down-and-dirty.