- "Los Angeles 1955-1985.". Rees, Simon // ArtUS;Oct/Nov2006, Issue 15, p4
The article reviews the exhibition "Los Angeles 1955-1985," at the Centre Georges Pompidue in Paris, France from March 8 to July 17, 2006.
- What Do the "Rankings" Tell Us? Wu Guanping // Chinese Sociology & Anthropology;Winter1999/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p57
The article informs that it is common practice in countries and regions where film industry operations are relatively mature to use rankings for gauging audience viewing preferences and habits in order to determine types of investment and scales of production for the film market. Rankings are...
- MOVIES. // New Yorker;9/20/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 27, p28
Presents various movie openings in New York as of September 20, 2004. "Ghost in the shell 2: Innocence," by Mamoru Oshii; "Goodbye, Dragon Inn," by Tsai Ming-liang; "Head in the Clouds," by John Duigan.
- GROUNDBREAKING STARTS ON CONROE THEATRE. // Boxoffice;Sep2004, Vol. 140 Issue 9, p116
Reports on the construction of a stadium theater in Conroe, Texas. Partnership between Southern Theatres and City Place.
- Films in the future. // Daily Variety;9/17/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 53, p16
Presents a list of upcoming motion pictures as of September 17, 2004 in the U.S.
- WEEKEND BOX OFFICE PREVIEW. // Daily Variety;9/17/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 53, p60
Presents a list of motion pictures shown in the U.S. as of September 17, 2004.
- ASIAN CINEMA CRAZE SAILING INTO THE MAINSTREAM? Trbic, Boris // Metro;Summer2005, Issue 143, p54
Comments on the consolidation and intensified presence of Asian films in Australian cinemas. Increase in the popularity of Asian cinema studies; Success of Ang Leeâ€™s "Crouching Dragon, Hidden Tiger," and Zhang Yimou's "Hero"; Key factors contributing to the increased interest in Asian...
- WHAT KINDS OF QUESTIONS SHOULD A GOOD FILM ASK? Trbic, Boris // Metro;Summer2005, Issue 143, p32
Discusses the challenges facing the Australian film industry. Film critics' attempt to question the direction of the country's national cinematography; Lack of ideas, inspiration and courage in Australian film; Shortage of inspiring scripts in the Australian motion picture industry.
- Projecting Light into Hollywood's Shadows: Trans/National Cinemas and Cultural Identity. // Southern Quarterly;Summer2001, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p83
Introduces a series of articles related to cultural identity and trans/national cinemas in the face of Hollywood's global dominance.