Warner Bros. Mexico has inked a one-year first-look option with Mexico City-based Lemon Films, the second Hollywood studio to pact with a Mexican shingle in the past six months.
Portugal's giant telco Portugal Telecom has pledged E25 million ($30 million) over five years to the Film and Audiovisual Fund, designed to finance more mainstream films and TV shows and boost…
In a caged room at the sleek Santa Monica offices of Movielink are a set of servers that recently started housing digital, downloadable versions of most movies Hollywood will release in 2006.
"6/6/06. You have been warned." That's the creepy slogan promoting Fox's remake of "The Omen." But look closer: It's also a reminder of Fox's unorthodox strategy to open the pic globally -- on a…
A record four local films will screen at the 19th Singapore Film Fest (April 13-29), with Royston Tan's "4:30" the first homegrown feature to close the fest.
Forget trolling the Palais. All you need to pick up a film in Cannes this year is a PayPal account. Indie producer-director Melissa Balin will sell distrib rights to her pic, called "FreezerBurn: The…
Japan is the world's second-largest film market; Tokyo, with a metro area of more than 20 million people, is that market's thriving hub. Only in Tokyo are cinephiles likely to hit cinemas more than…
Three films and 25 years later, you'd think the French would have had their fill of "Les Bronzés," the cult comedy franchise.
They're baaaaack… The CG-animated family pics that buoyed international B.O. at year's end are returning for a round of summer biz. First of a slew of CG tentpoles being prepped by the studios to…
The face on the billboard leers down over Highland, half-lidded and haunting in black and white. The image has branded "The Room," a self-distributed directorial debut so hopelessly amateurish that…
Under new leadership, the Guadalajara Intl. Film Fest, which ran from March 24-31, took on growing importance for buyers keen on tapping the best Spanish language films.