The European box office is expected to resuscitate this weekend with Euro 2008 soccer finally over, paving the way for Hollywood blockbusters "Hancock," "Kung Fu Panda," "Wanted" and "The Chronicles…
The Russian ministry of culture has established a new national film body following the sudden closure in May of the Federal Agency for Cinema and Culture.
Ingrid Betancourt has been officially invited by the Venice Film Festival to be the event's guest of honor.
INX, India's recently launched broadcast group, has licensed 20 James Bond movies from MGM.
Centered on the fractious relationship of a boozy father and the son he hasn't seen for a decade, "Ten Empty" is a bleak encounter with emotionally dysfunctional suburban Aussie males.
Germany's box office dropped a whopping 50% in the second quarter of the year, compared to the first, as sunny skies and soccer kept Teutons either outdoors or glued to the tube.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival sales and industry office will partner with online database reference source Cinando as part of its commitment to offer expanded services this year, it was announced…
"Lalola" was the big winner at Wednesday's 38th Martin Fierro TV awards, taking home nine prizes.
Japanese fans will see clips from Lucasfilm Animation's "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" at Star Wars Celebration Japan, a three-day event in Tokyo starting July 19.
Sony's Will Smith tentpole "Hancock" grossed $17.3 million from 3,965 runs on Wednesday, its first full day in release. Film's cume is $24.1 million when factoring in the $6.8 million earned in…
StudioCanal has snapped up France, Benelux and U.K. rights to Jordan Scott's 1930s British boarding school set drama "Cracks," which toplines Eva Green as a beloved teacher whose soaring popularity…