Sure, Catherine Zeta-Jones is drop-dead gorgeous, but that's not the reason she's ShoWest's Supporting Actress of the Year or why she's in the running for an Oscar for her turn as cabaret murderess…
Looking ahead, ShoWest honoree and Oscar contender Diane Lane may star in Intermedia's "Me Again," which will be directed by Dean Parisot.
In their perpetual search for new revenue streams, some exhibs are installing plasma screens in their lobbies to show advertising to customers as they wait in line for concessions or mill about…
Madstone, an ardent proponent of digital cinema just a year or two ago, has shifted its focus. Over the past year, the Gotham-based company has acquired nine conventional multiplexes to program a mix…
Italy of the late 16th century becomes the "idealized small-town America" of the 1950s in director Mark Rucker's entertaining, revisionist update of Shakespeare's "Two Gentlemen From Verona." Some of…
If history has shown us anything, it is the ability of war to bolster movie attendance.
The spotlight will be on the silver screen rather than the luncheon dais at ShoWest 2003, as the long-running trade show shifts its emphasis from star-studded studio receptions to exhib screenings of…
As with most things in showbiz, when it comes to fighting piracy, timing is everything.
Digital technology has not only made piracy easier and more profitable for the pirates, it has scrambled the legal picture to the point where, although Congress and law enforcement take piracy more…
If you think building a European consensus to support a war on Iraq is tough, try getting them to agree on intellectual property laws.