In the glare of Sundance, they didn't generate much interest from buyers. But now that they've found their way to the marketplace, "The Illusionist" and "Half Nelson" are getting some serious…
Shortly after 9/11, some 50 industry leaders met with Karl Rove at Beverly Hills' Peninsula Hotel, where, in a show of unprecedented and bipartisan unity, they pledged their help in the…
Organizers of Australia's leading kudos, the Australian Film Institute Awards, have spent the last three weeks on a national screening roadshow that's managed to upset some Oz industryites.
The last arthouse cinema in commercial operation on Hong Kong Island may be headed the way of the dinosaur.
After making first works the priority of her Xingu Shingle for the past five years, Trudie Styler is looking to leap into the bigger league with a Michael Radford-helmed adaptation of the Haruki…
When Fox Searchlight forked over a record-breaking $10.5 million for "Little Miss Sunshine" at this year's Sundance, many questioned the pic's hefty pricetag and wondered if the buy would go down in…
Buena Vista Intl.'s "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" should propel 2006 foreign B.O. past last year's $7.9 billion for pics from Hollywood's major studios.
They were supposed to conquer Hollywood. But 10 years after their promising bows, upstart filmmakers David O. Russell, David Fincher, Paul Thomas Ander-son and Spike Jonze aren't generating as many…
Sumner Redstone's Aug. 22 revelation that Paramount was parting ways with Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner immediately caused those close to the deal to ask: Who's in charge over there?
Young Russian producer Roman Borisevich is carving out a niche in territory's production world. Following worldwide critical success of 2003's "Roads to Koktebel," pic's directors Boris Khlebnikov…
London Eye: Slumped beside the pool at the Hotel des Bains in Venice, Dutch producer San Fu Maltha has the exhausted air of a man who has achieved the impossible, but still isn't sure at what cost.