Hollywood is offering a strong endorsement of congressional efforts to beef up antipiracy laws after last week's leak of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" underlined the pervasiveness of the problem.
Three separate holiday affairs, tenuously connected by their shared destination, are cruisy and bright, though rarely surprising, in the entertaining South Korean criss-crosser "Romantic Island."
Martin Scorsese will receive the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Jack Valenti Humanitarian Award when the industry's chief lobbying arm holds a daylong symposium in Washington, D.C., on April 21.
Gersh Agency has established a film financing and packaging division, naming veteran producer Jay Cohen to head it. It is the first dedicated division in the talent agency's 60-year history.
The respective parents of a violent young crook and his victim have a long, dark night of the soul in Venezuela vet writer-director Luis Alberto Lamata's talky and pointedly dramatic "The Enemy."
The sheer straightforwardness of Luis Alberto Restrepo's second feature, "The Passion of Gabriel" is both its severe artistic limitation and the reason it's likely to play well locally and export to…
NBC anchorman Brian Williams has been named this year's recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award.
Bollywood's not been having a great year, with fewer pics drawing auds at the multiplex -- and now exhibs and producers are at loggerheads over payments.
Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Bryan Cranston have joined the cast of George Lucas' "Red Tails," the WWII action-adventure about the Tuskegee Airmen.
The loneliness of a man cut off from everything that has informed his life is confidently and cinematically expressed in Carlos Serrano's fine debut, "The Tree."
British-Asian helmer Gurinder Chadha has tapped iconic Indian thesp Shabana Azmi as well as Sally Hawkins, Zoe Wanamaker, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Jimi Mistry and Sanjeev Bhaskar for the cast of "It's a…