Female pluck, national pride and Olympic ambition coalesce very slowly in "Forever the Moment," a dramatically flaccid sports drama capped by a powerful finale.
As the pressure increases on SAG to start pact talks, Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. has taken the unusual step of introducing strike insurance.
Another docu dissection of the filmmaker's own dysfunctional family, "The Bodybuilder and I" proves an engaging member of the species.
Kyle McLachlan, Bruce Greenwood and Joan Chen will topline Bruce Beresford's adaptation of the bestselling Aussie tome "Mao's Last Dancer," due to begin lensing in China next month.
"The 3 Little Pigs," a French-language comedy about infidelity, has won the Golden Reel award as Canada's top-grossing homegrown film of 2007, with a cume of C$4.6 million ($4.7 million).
A high-ranking retired cop with Alzheimer's suspects there's a killer loose in his nursing home in Nicolas Boukhrief's unusual, cerebral thriller "Cortex."
Bollywood epic "Jodhaa Akbar," banned in two Indian states, should have an easier rollout into Southern India on March 6.
Sundance pic "Sunshine Cleaning," deemed a tough sell for its gory subject matter, has been picked up by Overture Films for what a source close to the deal said was about $2 million.
Looking to parlay its Oscar victory into additional box office coin, Miramax's "No Country for Old Men" will almost double its domestic theater count this weekend, from 1,101 to 2,030 runs. That will…
Upmarket Academy Award winning pics such as "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood" and "Juno" showed good traction across Europe over the Oscar weekend.
U.K. exhib chain Odeon has emerged relatively unscathed from a spat with Sony over its decision not to screen "Rambo" -- but the pic's B.O. took a beating.