Argentina's Pampa Films is revving up production with financing from advertisers and an expansion into television. The Buenos Aires outfit, now in its second year, has partnered with General Motors…
Sony's gambling drama "21" bet just right at the foreign box office over the April 18-20 weekend, ending a three-week winning streak for Fox toon "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!"
Not since the critics drooled over "Little Britain" or "The Office" has a British TV comedy been as hot in the U.K. as "Gavin and Stacey," a double winner at the British Academy of Film and…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences hasn't lacked for influence over the years. Simply bestowing the Oscars gives it clout.
Forty years ago, when President Lyndon Johnson suffered crushing results in the New Hampshire primary and decided to exit the race, some of his advisers pointed to an unlikely reason for challenger…
With Hollywood still fretting about a possible actors strike, SAG and the majors have recessed for the weekend after two weeks of negotiations on a new feature-primetime contract.
Composers Angelo Badalamenti and Dario Marianelli will be guests of honor at the World Soundtrack Awards.
Finally, someone's found a sure-fire way to make money with a modern Middle East war movie: Just send a Marvel superhero into the fray to kick some insurgent butt. The powerhouse comicbook-inspired…
Although Euro box office biz is expected to be modest this weekend as auds wait for next weekend's touch down of "Iron Man," comedies are likely to give exhibs a reason to smile in most territories.
In a sign that pastures may be greener for film financing companies in Europe than the U.S., New York and L.A.-based financing and investment company Continental Entertainment Capital has launched a…