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  • Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films

    When the first "Die Hard" and "Terminator" movies landed in theaters in the 1980s, both were rated R. But their sequels arrived with PG-13 marks — even though the level of violence had actually escalated. Critics have blasted Hollywood's movie...
  • Luc Besson's Cite du Cinema Probed By France's Audit Court

    Luc Besson's 170 million Euros ($229 million) film hub, La Cite du Cinema, may be investigated by France's justice minister following a report by Gaul's audit court highlighting irregularities and possible embezzlement of public funds. Launched in Fall...
  • Baltasar Kormakur Chats About 'Everest,' 'Vikings' and 'On The Job'

    Warm and candid, Baltasar Kormakur, who is Iceland's top film director and producer, is attending Goteborg fest to receive the inaugural Nordic Honorary Dragon Award and give a masterclass. While taking a quick break from shooting "Everest," the helmer...
  • Iranian President Sends Message of Support at Fajr Film Fest Opener

    TEHRAN - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani sent Iran's film community a significant signal of support as the 32nd Fajr Film Festival and Market kicked off in Tehran with a robust international industry presence and Aussie-in-Hollywood helmer Bruce...
  • MPAA's Dodd calls for more robust California film and TV tax credit

    California needs a new and improved film tax credit program to prevent more productions from leaving the state, the industry's chief lobbyist said Friday. Speaking at a luncheon in Burbank hosted by the Valley Industry and Commerce Assn., Chris Dodd,...
  • Panama Film Fest Boosts Burgeoning Biz

    The Intl. Film Festival of Panama, whose third edition runs April 3-9, is amping up. Buildup to the event is going step by step in sync with a rapidly growing Panama film industry. The fest bowed in 2012, just after the approval of a film law that...
  • David Trueba's 'Living Is Easy' Tops Spanish Goya Academy Awards

    David Trueba's dramedy "Living is Easy With Eyes Closed" swept Spain's 28th Goya Academy Awards Sunday, scooping best film, director, original screenplay, actor (Javier Camara) and breakthrough actress (Natalia de Molina). Ironically, another title...
  • TMG's Herbert Kloiber Feted With France's Legion of Honor

    Herbert Kloiber, chairman of Germany's Tele Munchen Group, has been named a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France. The order goes to one of French cinema's staunchest supporters. At Berlin, for instance, TMG's Concorde, also Lionsgate's Teutonic...
  • TRIP Powers French Film Hub

    Though rising finance in France has become increasingly complicated, the French film industry is still recognized as being the strongest in Europe, due to its relatively high domestic market share, even in off years, and a financing model including...
  • Hollywood seeks to bolster California film and TV tax credit

    Hollywood seeks to bolster California film and TV tax credit
    Hollywood stakeholders are calling on California to bolster its film and TV tax credit to keep its homegrown industry from permanently leaving the state. Film industry and union officials are mobilizing to back legislation this year that would...
  • Runaway production leaves California in the lurch

    Runaway production leaves California in the lurch
    How much longer can Hollywood claim to be the movie capital of the world? Can the California Legislature reverse the slide of film production away from Los Angeles simply by enhancing tax credits for the movie and television industry or, one day, will the...
  • Italo Film Industry Elated About 'Great Beauty' Golden Globe Win

    ROME - The Italian film industry is predictably elated about Paolo Sorrentino's "The Great Beauty" scooping the Golden Globe for best foreign film, which comes twenty-five years after Italy won its last Golden Globe, for Giuseppe Tornatore's "Cinema...