Lars von Trier's end-of-the-world drama "Melancholia" nabbed the best film prize at the European Film Awards, which took place Saturday in Berlin.
Whereas Europe's economic system is on the brink of collapse, the continent's film biz is in relatively good health, according to the filmmakers behind some of the nominees at the European Film…
The European Film Awards embrace auteurs -- controversy be damned
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As Europe is convulsed by economic and political traumas, its cinematic life seems remarkably robust.
When Lars Von Trier launched into his infamous tirade in Cannes, distributors who had the rights to his latest pic, "Melancholia," may have despaired -- but in fact, the film is doing good business…
Norwegian pics took home the lion's share of prizes at Europe's largest festival of Nordic cinema, Nordic Film Days in Lubeck, Germany, which wrapped Sunday.
Netflix has reupped its streaming rights pact with Disney-ABC Television Group, relieving some of the pressure on the embattled home entertainment service.
The Hollywood studios have won a landmark legal victory in the U.K. against online pirates.
Moviepilot, an online service that harnesses the power of Facebook to drive first weekend box office for the studios, launched its global platform today.
The restoration of classic films is both a labor of love and a commercial enterprise.