Politically deft crowd pleaser "The Syrian Bride" emerged the big winner at this year's 28th Montreal World Film Festival, taking four prizes, including the main jury's top award, the Grand Prix of…
First Look Intl. has picked up worldwide rights outside the U.K. and Ireland to John Simpson's futuristic thriller "Freeze Frame," starring Lee Evans, Rachael Stirling and Colin Salmon.
Due to increased member demand, the American Film Market has expanded its exhibitor space to include offices at Le Merigot Hotel, the hotel next-door to the AFM's base at the Loews Santa Monica Beach…
Leigh is at the peak of his powers with morally complex drama that stands alongside his best work. Story of a good Samaritan sidelining as a humane abortionist in post-WWII London is performed by a…
The auction for Adelphia Communications begins in earnest this week, promising to remake the map of cable television in the U.S.
Hollywood will compete with fashion for the attention of a ravenous press during New York's Fashion Week.
Canadian regulators have given CHUM the greenlight to adopt two Victoria, B.C., radio stations into the family.
Sony Pictures TV has hired Chris Pursell as VP of media relations, specializing in Sony's TV syndication properties.
Told with the simplicity of an African folktale, a lilting rhythm and an almost ethnographic directness, this plaintive story of an afflicted mother's urge to secure a better future for her daughter…
With business weak overall during the Labor Day weekend, Miramax's "Hero" remained in the top spot, grossing $11.5 million over the four-day span. Playing at 2,092 theaters, the Zhang Yimou-helmed…