Mark Miller has been upped from president to CEO of Digital Domain, replacing Carl Stork, who is ankling from exec duties but will remain on the board.
The Mar del Plata Intl. Film Festival, Latin America's only FIAPF class A event, plans to shift from March to October in a bid to attract better titles and foreign talent.
As the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences becomes a younger voting body with each passing year, some awards analysts feel that violence in weighty, serious Oscar contenders might not be the…
With ambitions to get on the global fest circuit, the inaugural San Luis Cine Intl. Festival launched Nov. 16, with Sidney Lumet's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" screening out of competition.
"Hitman" is a Eurotrashy vidgame knockoff that misses its target by a mile. Numbingly unthrilling as it lurches from one violent encounter to another, the pic's dark roots in an electronic…
You never forget the first time you are directly chastised by Paul McCartney.
Offering everything from a princess to a menacing mist to a child prodigy, the five-day Thanksgiving box office will be the most crowded on record as seven wide releases unspool today domestically.
B-movie producer and self-made horror showman William Castle probably deserves better film bio treatment than "Spine Tingler!: The William Castle Story."
As Oscar approaches its 80th anniversary, it's worth remembering that much of the storied history of cinema is alive and well just a short drive up the 101 freeway. Sharon Knolle visited the…
Specialty divisions have figured more and more in the Oscar plans of big parent studios over the decade as the boutiques tend to score multiple noms but not necessarily win in the big categories…
Given Hollywood's obsession with press, it may come as a surprise to learn that the 80-year-old Academy of Motion Arts & Sciences created its own inhouse press office a mere 15 years ago, in 1992.