After a socko limited run, will Universal's gritty, dystopian sci-fi thriller "Children of Men" cross over in its expansion? Booked in 16 locations over New Year's, the Alfonso Cuaron-helmed pic…
Argentina's film admissions fell 1.7% to 35.4 million in 2006 from 36 million a year earlier, with U.S. titles holding ground against a record 74 local releases, according to Nielsen EDI Argentina…
The White House projectionist better rest up. If John McCain should become the 44th president of the United States, the screening room is going to get some heavy use especially with all those kids…
South Korea and Vietnam are collaborating on their first feature film co-production, $3 million horror pic "Muoi." Produced by South Korea's Billy Pictures and Popcorn Films and Vietnam's Phuoc Sang…
Two visual effects vets top the list of 15 honorees for the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards, announced Thursday. Ray Feeney will receive the Gordon E. Sawyer Award, and Richard Edlund will…
South Korea and Vietnam are collaborating on their first feature co-production, the $3 million horror pic "Muoi."
Fortissimo Films, the Hong Kong- and Amsterdam-based international sales agent, will self-distribute John Cameron Mitchell's "Shortbus" in one of its home territories.
The two most commercially successful British movies of the year, "Casino Royale" and "The Queen," have emerged at the top of the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards, with 14 entries apiece.
Danish Oscar entry "After the Wedding" will be featured opening night of the eighth annual Scandinavian Film Festival, which takes place in Los Angeles on the weekends between Jan. 6 - 13.
Asia's top arthouse directors will turn out in force, and with their pet projects, at the upcoming edition of the Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF).
Powered by a 5% ticket price rise, the Spanish B.O. saw sol y sombra in 2006.