The coins could be worth millions of dollars.
A starter guide to female filmmakers, from indie flicks to blockbusters.
U.S. chain AMC has won the license to operate the theater.
Cinemas were expected to inject around $24 billion into Saudi Arabia's economy.
Mario Puzo, the father of 'The Godfather' expounds in the original book on some key elements of the story that didn't make it into the film.
The Indian Supreme Court has ruled that cinemas must play the anthem before every screening.
Newt Scamander's first adventure is casting a spell on moviegoers worldwide.
Will director finally make "Kill Bill 3?"
Newsweek tested out a new range that claims to be the world's first silent theater snacks.
Mosfilm, the top studio in Russia, is not pleased with the Kremlin's 2016 programme.
£55 million in U.K. lottery funding will be split between 12 locations of historical importance.
As we reach the midway point of 2016, there are still some huge films to come out.
Police stormed the Kinopolis cinema complex in the town of Viernheim.
Mourinho snatched the Old Trafford job from Louis Van Gaal last week.
The Russian Ministry of Culture has published the topics for which it will hand out funding.
Mystique and the gang give Batman, Superman and Captain America a run for their money.
A new Indiegogo campaign attempts to finance his last film. Here are the pre-crowdfunding ways Welles tried to do it himself.
Ryan Reynolds plays Jerry, a serial killer stuck in a dead-end job who has a sunny view of life.
The story is set after the Russian 'reunification' with Crimea and is called To Kiss a Stranger.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of John Hughes's classic film by reading the 1985 'Newsweek' review.