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‘Batman,’ ‘The Royal Tenenbaums,’ ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ and ‘Tootsie’ Set for Tribeca Drive-In Series

Tribeca Enterprises is posting up in Pasadena for another iteration of its Tribeca Drive-In series outside the Rose Bowl Stadium. Set for July 28-Aug. 26, the drive-in event will feature a lineup

Toronto Film Fest Promotes Programmer to Battle Venice

Diana Sanchez, the festival's Spanish-language film picker, should help TIFF wrest more world premieres for Oscar contenders away from the Lido.

Toronto: IFP’s Joana Vicente Hired as Festival Co-Head

Joana Vicente, executive director of the Independent Filmmaker Project and and Made in NY Media Center, was named executive director and co-head of the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday.

Imax Swings to Second-Quarter Profit, Beats Estimate

The giant-screen exhibitor, led by Richard Gelfond, told analysts Hollywood wasn't likely to face retaliation as Trump's China trade war escalates.

Toronto Film Fest to Shrink Movie Lineup by 20 Percent

"We've certainly been listening to those who told us ... it's hard to navigate the festival," artistic director Cameron Bailey tells THR.

Violent Dispute Breaks Out on Mexico City Set of Alfonso Cuaron Film

Police say crewmembers clashed with local authorities who attempted to shut down the production over permit issues.

Oscar-Nominated Actor Demian Bichir to Make Directorial Debut at Mexico’s Morelia Fest

'Un Cuento de Circo & a Love Song,' which features Bichir, Eva Longoria and Diane Kruger, will have its world premiere at the October event.

NASA Astronauts, Hollywood Team Up for Virtual Reality Shoot Aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey and two Oscar winners took part in the unprecedented shoot.

CinemaCon: ‘Avatar’ Producer Jon Landau Says Film Industry Needs to Adopt High Frame Rates

There are 35 movies scheduled for release in 3D during 2016, up from 27 domestic releases in 2015.

Border-Crossing Thriller ‘Desierto’ Uses Trump Remark as Voiceover in Trailer

Gael Garcia Bernal stars in the pic as a Mexican migrant worker who is being hunted down by a U.S. vigilante played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio’s Fans Hit Streets in Mexico City to Celebrate Win

Sunday will go down as an historic night at the Oscars for Mexican talent, but surprisingly it was Leonardo DiCaprio who got most of the praise at a post-Oscars fiesta in the nation's capital.

Mexico 2015 in Review: Televisa vs. Trump, ‘Spectre’ Shoot Controversy

The country's longest-running TV show was canceled, and 'The Revenant,' with Leonardo DiCaprio, again causes awards season buzz for Mexico's Alejandro G. Inarritu and Emmanuel Lubezki.