Neville Lloyd Thomson, managing director for Screen Gems Australia, died of natural causes Jan. 20 in Sydney. He was 84.
The Santa Barbara Film Festival will honor "The King's Speech" with its best motion picture ensemble of the year award on Jan. 31 at the Arlington Theater.
Not to be outdone by the snow and film combo of Sundance, the Ski Channel's first film festival is skedded for Jan. 27-29 in Denver.
"Black Swan" and "Inception" led the film pack in the Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards nominations announced today.
Sundance Institute and Indian conglom Mahindra Group have inked to support indie movies.
Paulist Prods. is stepping up its investment in new production and development in an effort to reach a wider aud with inspirational TV and film projects.
Karin Gilford has been drafted as senior veep of digital media for ABC.
Thailand doubled its film revenues in 2010, according to statistics released Jan. 4 by the Thailand Film Office and the Dept. of Tourism.
Film historian and author Alvin H. Marill died Dec. 25 in New Jersey after suffering a stroke. He was 76.
Litigator Michael Weinsten has joined entertainment litigation firm Lavely & Singer.
Social vidgames are becoming an increasingly important part of the promotional plan for films.