The title makes it sound like a Western, but "The Other End of the Line" is more of an Eastern-Western, offering a pretty savvy take on the romantic possibilities of subcontinental telemarketing.
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Paramount Pictures are in talks to co-finance "Tintin," Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson's digital 3-D pic based on the Belgian "Tintin" comics.
Long before holiday shopping season, indie video outfit Genius Products started offering deep discounts.
The Australian production sector is suddenly very optimistic about the future.
For a fest that just five months ago was teetering due to political turmoil, the third Rome Film Festival pulled off a rather remarkable feat: it didn't feel makeshift.
"High School Musical 3: Senior Year" turned out to be the tonic to charge up what had been a typically quiet season at international multiplexes.
"Milk," the tragic biopic of San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk, would hardly seem like an ideal promotional opportunity. But owing to its close history with the Bay Area and Milk himself, Levi's…
Asian superstar Takeshi Kaneshiro has been disqualified from competing in the Outstanding Taiwanese Filmmaker of the Year category at this year's Golden Horse Film Awards, due to a mix-up over his…
Richard Jenkins, along with co-star Haaz Sleiman and producer Michael London, were on hand Thursday night at the Variety Screening Series to discuss their indie hit "The Visitor."
Opening on the day after the U.S. election, the American Film Market could have a different energy this time round. Will change have come to America? And -- to focus on the film biz -- how will the…
Helmer Emily Atef's German drama "The Stranger in Me" nabbed the top kudos of the 32nd edition of the Sao Paulo Film Fest, held Oct. 16-30 in South America's largest city.