Dimension Films' Andrew Kramer has been upped to president of business and legal affairs for the Weinstein Co., after having fulfilled that role at subsid Dimension Films.
The Telluride Film Festival has always celebrated cinema's past as much as its present, and the old mostly looked better than the new at the mountain fest's 35th edition.
While Steven Soderbergh's two-part epic "Che" was regarded by many in Cannes as overlong and unwieldy, hurting its prospects for a North American distribution deal, a leaner version of the pic could…
"Mamma Mia!" -- here you go again. Special Labor Day sing-alongs for Universal's bigscreen musical adaptation "Mamma Mia!" scored bigtime, with the film actually enjoying a 2% bump in ticket sales…
The fifth Dubai Film Festival will launch the Arab world's first movie market in December.
"Vinyan" is a convoluted genre exercise that doesn't go down as smoothly as the long list of co-producers undoubtedly hoped.
The Labor Day box office may have been sluggish -- with none of the new releases doing big business -- but the summer ended on a high note in all but matching last year's record-setting B.O. haul.
"Slumdog Millionaire" is driven by fantastic energy and a torrent of vivid images of India.