Woody Allen has denied claims that his decision to take "Hollywood Ending" to Cannes Intl. Film Festival represents a deliberate snub to the Venice fest.
For the past 18 months, Euro webs have seen ad revs tumble and stock prices crash.
If you want to catch the London film crowd on the way down to Cannes next month, don't go looking in the British Airways lounge at Heathrow, where a return to Nice costs at least $250, but head for…
Thai cinema will be represented at Cannes' Directors Fortnight with Pen-ek Ratanaruang's "Mon-Rak Transistor."
The British film industry is looking toward its strongest Cannes presence in years, with Michael Winterbottom's "24 Hour Party People," Ken Loach's "Sweet Sixteen," David Cronenberg's "Spider" and…
The U.K. exhibition sector looks set for a shakeup: Arthouse chain City Screen has attracted a major new investor, multiplex circuit Cine-UK has been put up for sale, and budget-airline operator Easy…
Stewart Till's Signpost Films has signed an exclusive financing deal with Atlantic Screen Capital, recently launched by former Grosvenor Park exec Andrew Somper.
FilmFour has optioned "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," in which the self-publicizing Brit hack Toby Young details his disastrous five years working his way down the New York food chain.
Mike Barker's "Cromwell and Fairfax" is officially back on track.
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
London-based Artists Independent Network is merging with New York-based Widescreen to create the first management/production company with a presence on both sides of the Atlantic.
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