Lisbon-based producer Paulo Trancoso announced the launch of the Portuguese Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday.
The new Portuguese center-right coalition government plans to slash costs at pubcaster RTP and privatize one of its two channels to cut the TV group's $1.2 billion debt.
Brazilian multi-hyphenate Carlos ("Caca") Diegues ("Bye, Bye Brazil," "God Is Brazilian") and Austrian Stefan Ruzowitzky ("The Counterfeiters") will receive tributes at Portugal's 3rd Douro Film…
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"The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye," by New York-based Marie Losier, about the relationship between performance artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and his collaborator, Lady Jaye, won best film at the…
Spanish sales agents are finally seeing rays of hope after what one exec dubs the recession-forged "vale of tears."
A pic that was rejected as too dark in the U.S., a mainstream bet with international potential and a film with a religious theme.
The Portuguese capital's biggest film fest, IndieLisboa, has reinforced its edgy programming and commitment to Portuguese cinema.
Potugal's economic meltdown continues with pubcaster RTP downgraded to junk status by ratings agency Moody's on Tuesday.
Stateside pilots could be flying high at the April 4-7 Mip TV gathering in Cannes, as TV advertising revenues are on the upswing worldwide and there are signs that the economic gloom of the last two…
Portuguese producer Antonio da Cunha Telles is the only bidder in the auction to buy Portugal's ailing national film laboratory, Tobis Portuguesa, that is 96.48% owned by the national film institute…
Helmer Elbert van Strien's Dutch supernatural tale "Two Eyes Staring" won the Grand Prize for film in the Fantasy section of Portugal's 31st Fantasporto Film Festival that wrapped Sunday.