Ken Loach's "Sweet Sixteen" nabbed picture honors Wednesday at the fifth annual British Independent Film Awards, with teenage star Martin Compston winning for most promising newcomer.
Broadcaster Channel 4 has called in former Universal Pictures acquisitions prexy Graeme Mason to help shutter its subsid FilmFour.
The Film Council has confirmed the appointment of two new board members – Nigel Green, joint managing director of Entertainment Film Distributors, and Steve Knibbs, senior vice president of United…
Director Gurinder Chadha will follow up her breakthrough hit "Bend It Like Beckham" with a modern-day Bollywood musical version of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice."
It's a sign of just how bad things have become that a cheerless industrial park on the outskirts of Milan now feels right in tune with the mood of the indie film business.
A roundup of the latest British talents expected to make waves beyond British shores.
Do you want the good news or the bad news? The British film industry has had more than its fair share of both in 2002.
Every couple of months there's hullabaloo about another new plan to build a "major" studio complex in some far-flung corner of Britain. Many of the blueprints are vague on detail, and face obstacles…