The deployment of digital cinema and digital 3-D in Latin America lags far behind that in Europe and North America. The total number of digital screens expected by the end of this year is 229; by the…
"I guess it's true," says Edward Zwick, "that when you're awarded something like this, you're bound to think about what you've made, and what it all means."
Larry Collins got his start 40 years ago as a student booker for Universal Pictures in Philadelphia, his hometown. In 1973, he became a film buyer, and he's never looked back.
For Griselda Fortunato, legwork is key for film distribution. The general manager of Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox Argentina hits theaters on weekends to talk with exhibition execs to gauge film…
In 1972, Ken Higgins' boss, a Greek emigre, asked him to accompany him to a film festival in Italy. Seeing so many films targeting so many markets was an eye-opener for him. He decided then he wanted…
Previous honorees of ShowEast's Al Shapiro Distinguished Service Award have been champions of children's causes. So, too, is this year's recipient, Nancy Klueter.
Of all ShowEast kudos doled out each year, the Salah M. Hassanein Humanitarian Award has been the one most coveted by MGM's theatrical distribution prexy Clark Woods.
"Up in the Air" is one of the lucky ones. Nurtured and greenlit by DreamWorks, it will now get made and released as a bonafide Paramount picture. Countless others involved with some 200 projects…
Jose Eduardo Belmonte's comedy thriller "Should Nothing Else Work Out" and Matheus Nachtergaele's "The Dead Girl's Feast" shared the top awards at the 10th Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, Latin…
After a long and bruising battle with Harvey Weinstein over Stephen Daldry's "The Reader," producer Scott Rudin is leaving the project and taking his name off the film.
Argentina's national film institute, Incaa, plans to convert its Espacio Incaa circuit to digital to cut costs and bolster the exhibition of homegrown films.