Incentives to attract Hollywood productions to Europe are being questioned in a review of public subsidies for film making.
Eleven European features compete for honors at the Brussels Film Festival, which unspools in the Belgian capital June 22-29.
A legal framework for multi-territory and pan-European copyright licensing is to be proposed by European regulators in the second half of this year.
Isabella Rossellini has been cast in a big-screen version of "The Zigzag Kid," based on the novel by Israeli author David Grossman.
Hanna Skold of Sweden and Virag Zomboracz of Hungary will share this year's European Talent Prize, awarded by the European Union's Media program.
"The Artist," directed by Michel Hazanavicius, has been added to the official competition at the Cannes Film Festival, making a total of 20 features vying for the Palme d'Or.
Cannes gets political this year with the choice of Egypt as its first ever guest country. The tribute will celebrate recent reforms in public life as well as Egypt's long cinema history, the fest…
Most Hollywood productions visiting Paris only stop for a few days, hoping to draw some magic from the City of Light. Since their working methods often differ from Gallic norms, the fit is not always…
Change is coming to Europe's film subsidy system, but reports of its imminent demise turn out to be exaggerated.
Plans to incorporate Europe's Media program into a broader framework of support for the cultural and creative industries have been confirmed by the European Commission.
A Paris court has fined Google €430,000 ($600,000) plus costs over four cases of copyright infringement, according to French press agency AFP.
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