More than 1,000 out of the 1,700 employees at a Russian television channel have appealed to the country's president and prime minister over feared job losses.
Roman Polanski, who is sitting in a Swiss jail facing extradition over sex charges in the U.S., has plenty of time to think over the choices he has made in his life.
With Europe still reeling from the recession, Poland's film industry is bucking the economic trend with continued growth in domestic production and strong local box office.
The Thessaloniki Film Festival Thursday announced the 13 foreign titles that will compete in its international competition next month.
Mikhail Kalatozovishvili, the Georgian-born filmmaker and grandson of famous Russian Soviet-era director Mikhail Kalatazov, died of a heart attack Oct. 12 in Moscow. He was 50.
Japanese films from the 1960s that used erotic themes as allegories for left-wing political themes -- the Pinku Eiga, or Pink Film -- will be the focus of a special tribute at next month's 50th…
The world's oldest festival devoted to the art of the cinematographer, the Manaki Bros. festival in Macedonia, wrapped its 30th edition Saturday night with the Golden Camera 300 award going to…
Turkey's biggest media group, Dogan Yayin Holding, has been given two weeks to come up with collateral of $3.2 billion as it battles the country's biggest tax claim and fine.
As it celebrates its silver jubilee, the Warsaw Film Festival has another reason to celebrate this year: FIAPF, the international producers and festival accreditation body, has given it A-class…
With a new festival logo and a program that has dedicated screening venues for each of the five competition and three out-of-competition programs, Warsaw is maintaining its reputation for innovation.