China will enter helmer Gun Yu's Olympic documentary "Dream Weavers -- Beijing 2008" for consideration in the foreign language category of the Oscars, the first time China has put a documentary in…
Casting directors and associates have overwhelmingly ratified a new three-year contract with studios and networks, endorsing the deal by a vote of 168-4.
Even as Wall Street endures another tumultuous week, Relativity Media is promising to keep the hedge-fund coin flowing into Hollywood.
To paraphrase Mark Twain, the death of the Korean film biz has been highly exagerrated. According to the Korean Film Council Kofic, the B.O. share of Korean films until August was 39.7%, healthy in a…
Fourteen films compete at the Ghent Film Festival, which unspools Oct. 7-18.
Signaling a move to energize the Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped two Oscarcast first-timers to oversee the 81st annual event, with Laurence Mark as producer and…
Michael Moore is releasing his new film "Slacker Uprising" online and for free, but the world premiere will take place the old-fashioned way: in a movie house.
The San Sebastian Film Festival headed into its final stretch Wednesday with no world preems having set the town on fire — though Jaime Rosales' "Bullet in the Head" stirred polemics enough.
"Gomorra," the critically acclaimed Neapolitan crime drama helmed by Matteo Garrone, is Italy's entry for the foreign-language film Oscar.
Hong Kong has selected the Donnie Yen starrer "Painted Skin" (Wa pei) as the territory's contender for this year's foreign-language Oscar.
Subjects many people think are no laughing matter get treated as just that in "Allah Made Me Funny," a concert film documenting a tour by Muslim-American stand-up talents Mohammed "Mo" Amer, Bryant…
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