Disney to Give $1,000 Cash Bonuses to 125,000 Employees

The Walt Disney Company will give more than 125,000 employees one-time $1,000 cash bonuses, amounting to a $125 million allocation by the entertainment giant. Chairman and CEO Bob Iger made the announcement on Tuesday. He also said Disney will make an initial investment of $50 million in a new and ongoing education program specifically designed…

Germany’s Constantin Lands Roland Emmerich’s ‘Maya Lord’ (EXCLUSIVE)

In one of the richest deals of the European Film Market so far, Constantin Film has picked up Roland Emmerich’s upcoming historical epic “Maya Lord”...

Mission Pictures Rolls Out Dennis Quaid’s ‘I Can Only Imagine’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Mission Pictures Intl. has locked multiple major markets on Dennis Quaid-starrer “I Can Only Imagine,” which Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions will...

Magnolia Acquires North American Rights to Pathé’s ‘Alain Ducasse’ Documentary (EXCLUSIVE)

Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Gilles de Maistre’s documentary “The Quest of Alain Ducasse,” which will world premiere at...

Berlin: Marysia Nikitiuk, Igor Savychenko Talk ‘When the Trees Fall’

BERLIN — ”When the Trees Fall” describes the gross poverty, ignorance and racism of rural Ukraine and takes in the extraordinary physical ugliness of...

The glory of Wakanda: “Black Panther” has America celebrating Africa

Racist teachings about Africa influenced American perceptions for centuries. Can Marvel's new film change that?