The American Society of Cinematographers has selected Gerald Hirschfeld to receive its President's Award for his pioneering work in visual effects.
Lynda Obst has promoted Saskia Young to VP of development at Lynda Obst Prods.
Elizabeth M. Daley and Diane A. Golden will be feted with the inaugural Women in Film Business Leadership Awards.
Canadian distrib Maple Pictures is mounting a newspaper ad campaign in Buffalo, N.Y., and contemplating doing the same in other northern U.S. cities to entice American moviegoers to venture north to…
It was a great day for Central Asia when "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" preemed Monday at the Chinese. Or not.
Imax and 20th Century Fox are teaming to release Fox's upcoming comedy "Night at the Museum," starring Ben Stiller and Robin Williams, simultaneously in Imax and conventional theaters on Dec. 22.
In New York: Oprah Winfrey will become a "Library Lion" when the N.Y. Public Library lays on its Nov. 13 gala. Gao Xingjian, who won the Nobel Prize in 2000, the first Chinese writer to be so…
Money is the root of all disaster in "A Ton of Luck," a choppy but lively morality comedy-drama with Colombian helmer Rodrigo Triana channeling Robert Aldrich. Yarn is drawn from actual events in…
In just the second day of talks between the union repping the majority of Canadian actors and their producers, the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television & Radio Artists left the bargaining table…
With amusement and a hint of anger, leading Brazilian helmer Lucia Murat's "The Foreign Eye" looks at what the former journalist sees as false depictions of her home country in the movies. Doc's…