London Eye: It was supposed to be the night Rachel Weisz was crowned queen of BAFTA. But the heavily pregnant star of "The Constant Gardener" was spared the climb onstage, because voters anointed…
UIP and Steven Spielberg's "Munich" notched its fourth consecutive No. 1 finish among Hollywood pics at foreign wickets over the Feb. 17-19 frame.
Warner Bros. Intl. topper Richard Fox last week received a Knight of the Order of Arts & Letters medal in Paris, modestly telling Variety afterwards, "This is bigger than me." He's probably right.
Before Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal fell in love atop "Brokeback Mountain," the straight men of Showtime's "Queer as Folk" had been it playing it gay for years.
Perpetually touring the globe with Champagne-sipping French stars and their latest movies, Unifrance does a unique job of promoting Gallic cinema.
Battling bloodthirsty American forces is proving a box office bonanza in Turkey, where "Valley of the Wolves: Iraq" continues to dazzle auds and break B.O. records.
Latin America's oldest fest, Colombia's 46th Cartagena Int'l Film Festival, opens Friday with Pacho Bottia's "Juana tenia el pelo de oro" and wraps March 10 with Alessandro Basile's "El cielo."
A 20-minute online parody of Chen Kaige's "The Promise" has Chinese Internet auds rolling in the aisles -- and has raised the hackles of China's most illustrious helmer.
Netflix doesn't just want to overtake Blockbuster in the video rental biz. It wants to reinvent the Hollywood blockbuster.
Some 18 months after execs at Canuck film funders Telefilm Canada and Quebec's Sodec said they'd never give Serge Losique's Montreal World Film Festival another penny, Sodec now says Losique can…