Lionsgate has become the second studio to allow its movies to be copied from DVDs onto iPod devices.
Exhibition exec Ellis Jacob is on a roll -- and has rolled with the sector's punches over the years.
Alan Ball isn't one to shy from a challenge.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will toast toonmasters Tex Avery and Michael Maltese with "Putting Looney in the Toons," a tribute marking the centennial anniversary of their 1908…
Metrodome has acquired full U.K. rights to animated French feature "Fear(s) of the Dark."
Exhibitors from around the world got a taste of what to expect in 2008 from four studios on Monday's International Day at ShoWest.
Local film funder Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg handed out $2 million for mostly docus and kids films in its latest round of funding.
Spanish thrillers swept the lion's share of awards at Portugal's 28th Fantasporto -- Oporto Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped on Sunday.
The fate of the Bangkok Intl. Film Festival remains uncertain, though the Tourism Authority of Thailand hopes it will unspool in July.
Warners' home entertainment group has elevated two execs: Mark Horak has been upped to prexy of Warner Home Video North America, and Marc Gareton has been promoted to exec VP of international for…
Cancer hits two families in "Intimate Enemies," and it's probably not surprising that melodrama hits the film as well.