Plans to create a €210 million ($283 million) financial guarantee facility for Europe's cultural and creative industries were revealed Wednesday by the European Commission. Move could unlock up to…
The Rotterdam Film Festival unveiled the first entries in its 2012 competition Monday, including its first ever 3D contender.
"Les neiges du Kilimandjaro" ("The Snows of Kilimanjaro"), by French helmer Robert Guediguian, has won the European Parliament's Lux prize.
Judging has begun for three films in the running for the European Parliament's 2011 Lux prize.
BRUSSELS -- Belgium has selected dark thriller "Rundskop" (Bullhead) as its candidate for the foreign-language film Oscar race in 2012.
European broadcasting rules intended to help create a single production market and support independent producers are having little impact, according to a study for the European Commission.
Independent distributor Dutch Film Works has inked a deal splitting Benelux rights with Kinepolis Film Distribution, part of the Kinepolis multiplex business.
Europe's film industry want to see the next phase of Media Mundus -- an EU program that aims to boost international co-operation -- favor projects that support co-production and help break new…
Period romance "Sonny Boy" has been selected as the Dutch candidate in the race for next year's foreign-language Oscar.
Stereoscopic 3D and playing across platforms boost genre.
Francis Ford Coppola will be guest of honor at the Deauville American Film Festival, which unspools on the Normandy coast on Sept. 2.
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