Though it hasn't been officially announced, Jan. 7 has emerged as a likely start date for negotiations between the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.
It's an annual ritual for newspapers to chronicle the news stories of the past year that had the biggest ripple effect upon the rest of the world. But there were some major events in 2007 that didn't…
Family-friendly films saw a spike the day after Christmas as kids and parents looked for something to do, while Paramount Vantage scored one of the best recent per-location averages with the bow of…
"The Ping Pong King," helmed by debuting feature director Jens Jonsson, will open the Gothenburg Film Festival on Jan. 25.
The Oscarcast always provides surprises, but the biggest surprise about the organization is that it's so consistent.
Fernando Pena has resigned as director of the Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film, four months before the biggest film event in Argentina unspools.
"The Golden Compass" topped the Aussie box office, earning A$1.6 million ($1.4 million) on Dec. 26. Boxing Day, as the day after Christmas is known, is the busiest day of the cinema year Down Under.
Blighty's most anarchic, un-PC girls' school -- created by cartoonist Ronald Searle, and the inspiration for five movies between 1954 and 1980 -- rides again in 21st century makeover "St. Trinian's."
The Directors Guild of America will recognize Liz Ryan and Barbara J. Roche with lifetime achievement honors for their combined 50-plus years of commitment to the guild.
A face that will tease you, and please you and perhaps unease you is coming to the post office next year, it's those Bette Davis eyes.
Svensk's "Arn — The Knight Templar" achieved the biggest opening ever for a Swedish pic when it was unwrapped on Christmas Day.