There are many doomsayers in the European biz who would have you believe that arthouse cinema across the continent is in peril: audiences are shrinking, theaters are closing and the end is nigh. But…
It's a conundrum faced by all showrunners: When is it right to tweak a show?
Instead of in-your-face 3D, audiences at Brighton U. in England are opting to explore an inner-dimension: the mind.
There was a time when entries from Europe dominated global television competitions like the International Emmys, but no longer.
This time every year, the Academy takes heat for perceived oversights in its foreign language film category, but the truth is, the Oscars remain considerably more international in focus than other…
Independent European distributors are adapting their business models to allow them to survive in a rapidly changing commercial climate.
The second edition of Latin Side of the Doc brings together docu filmmakers and commissioners from both sides of the Atlantic.
Over the past decade, many of the world's best drama series have come out of Hollywood, driven in large part by the quality and the originality of the writers -- think "Mad Men," "True Blood" and…
Making for luxe ammunition in the battle to lure offshore productions, plush hotels in major city centers now cater to the specific needs of film biz players. Several such establishments have…
The Danish market is polarizing, with blockbusters increasing their dominance and indie titles getting squeezed.