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.
What will Terry Gilliam do next? Four years since his last movie "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," and two years since "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" collapsed six days into shooting, that question…
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Cillian Murphy, fresh from the lead role in "28 Days Later," has joined the cast of "Girl With a Pearl Earring," along with Alakina Mann ("The Others"), Judy Parfitt ("ER") and Essie Davis.
Former Beatle George Harrison, who died in November 2001, will be honored with a posthumous lifetime achievement award at this year's British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday in London.
Gub Neal's Box Film has entered a partnership with the Film Council to develop three sci-fi features under the banner New Steps Beyond.
Bhutanese director Khyentse Norbu has started shooting "Travelers and Magicians," the follow-up to his award-winning debut, "The Cup," and the first pic shot in the tiny Himalayan kingdom.
The National Film and Television School has appointed Michael Kuhn as chairman of its board of governors, with Peter Bazalgette as his deputy.
On the list of top anglophiles, Harvey and Bob Weinstein may not immediately leap to mind.
British censors have approved Gaspar Noe's sex shocker "Irreversible" for theatrical release with an 18 rating.