Despite some effective self-regulation since 2000, the movie, music and videogame industries continue to market violent content in ways that are easily seen by kids, a Federal Trade Commission report…
Picturehouse has upped John Lange to exec VP/co-general sales manager, from senior veep. Lange will supervise all sales policies including terms and settlements, as well as continuing to share…
Docs are getting that old-time religion. Whether a pop-cultural ripple effect from "The Da Vinci Code" or just a reaction to the stress of 21st-century life, there is growing demand for biblical…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Los Angeles-based foreign sales company Cinema Management Group has picked up all remaining international rights to "La mujer de mi hermano" (My Brother's Wife), the erotic drama released by…
Sundance at BAM, the Park City fest's Gotham outpost, announced Thursday that Paramount Vantage's quirky "Son of Rambow" will be its opening night pic, replacing Fox Searchlight's "The Savages."
Rob Marshall will direct a feature version of the stage hit "Nine" for the Weinstein Co. Marshall and Harvey Weinstein previously teamed on "Chicago," the 2002 Miramax musical that won six Oscars…
Though GLAAD was singing the old Sinatra standard "It Was a Very Good Year" about the films of 2005, the org is humming a different tune this time, when 10 pics from 2006 are nominated for two GLAAD…
GLAAD doesn't cite actors in its gay sweepstakes, but maybe someone should. Neil Patrick Harris deserves a hand for his perf on "How I Met Your Mother."
Nominees in film and television for the 18th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. . . .
It's not often that actors find their craft upended by movie technology. After all, though styles have changed, actors have been a constant since the beginning of movies.
With the cost of digital projectors so much higher than that of the film projectors they're replacing, exhibitors need a mighty compelling reason to make the change.