A look at why PG is the new G for family movies in theaters this year.
With the Sundance Festival finally back in person, filmmakers have high hopes for distribution deals
The majority of films debuting at Sundance are still in need of wide distribution. Some believe having the festival in person for the first time since 2020 will help.
While awards ceremonies have helped box office sales in the past, viewership has been on the decline.
Audiences have not returned to pre-pandemic numbers, while inflation and supply chains have raised the price of productions.
Hard-hit venues such as concert halls and theaters are preparing to apply for $15 billion in grants included in the latest relief bill.
Netflix has distribution power indie filmmakers may not have access to.
AMC's boss explains what to expect as Saudi Arabia opens its first cinema.