A lack of quality scripts has widely been blamed for holding back the development of local film production, and industry organizations have decided to take action this year to remedy the problem.
The nominations for the 29th annual Laurence Olivier Awards, honoring London's best of 2004 in theater, opera and dance, make one thing blazingly clear: This year, bigger was apparently best.
It's Sandra Den Hamer's first year as sole director of Holland's biggest film festival, but already she's confident that Rotterdam's reputation as a place to discover young, cutting edge talent from…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$1.9M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox -76.03%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$962,590 Cumulative:$13.7M Universal Pictures -67.12%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$864,209 Cumulative:$12.4M Warner Brothers -68.56%
Polish cinemas saw solid results in 2004. Figures released yesterday by Expert-Monitor put the number of filmgoers at 33 million, an impressive 40% higher than in 2003.
With the latest Film Council figures showing a 24% drop in production starts last year, there's a worrying silence from the U.K. government over its plans for a new production tax credit.
"Alexander" may not be conquering the world, but Oliver Stone's epic is providing a modicum of health to the international box office in a generally mild post-holiday season along with respectable…
Argentinians flocked to the theaters last year, helping improve profits for a sector bashed by the nation's 2001-02 economic crisis.
Italo Prime Minister and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi must be over the moon right now -- while News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch has got to be ready to kick himself.
A fledgling local regulation has spurred international pay TV programmers to produce TV content in Brazil.
Mexico's leading cable trade group launched an education and culture channel Jan. 19 that is mandatory for all restricted access platforms in the country.