Artificial Eye has come back from Cannes with a bounty of new titles.
Australian helmer Phillip Noyce will hold a 10-day film workshop in August in Nairobi. Organized by local production house Dada, applicants must live in East Africa, be at least age 18 and submit a…
Michael Tolkin's not bitter. Well, maybe a little. The novelist and screenwriter behind "The Player" has brought back Griffin Mill for a sequel to the infamous Hollywood send-up. Out in September…
Despite five Indian states banning "The Da Vinci Code," pic unspooled to full houses in the state with the largest Christian population in India on Friday.
Queen Elizabeth wanted to honor Michael Winner with an OBE, but the director rejected it, saying, "An OBE is what you get if you clean the toilets well at King's Cross station."
After composing some 450 movie scores, Ennio Morricone has scaled the heights of Italy's highbrow music establishment: He's landed a gig to conduct Milan's La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra on an…
The month of May turned magical for the international moviegoing business, thanks to the formidable one-two-three punch of "The Da Vinci Code," "X-Men: The Last Stand" and "Mission: Impossible III."
It was the "boo" heard around the world. Early buzz on Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette" at Cannes seems to have built largely on one bit of info: that some attendees of the first press screening…
It won't be quite like the iceberg hitting the Titanic, but international box office is on the verge of a month-long freeze.
Blighty's Pinewood Shepperton studios has hired Bruce Everett, who ran London's high-def facility St Anne's Post, as post-production strategy director to drum up business.