When Ken Loach steps on stage Dec. 12 to receive the European Film Awards' lifetime achievement laurel, he will become the first English filmmaker to be so honored at the EFAs.
Egyptian filmmaker Ahmed Maher breathed a huge sigh of relief when his debut feature "El-Mosafer" (The Traveler) was selected in this year's main competition at Venice.
In recent years, the American Film Festival of Deauville has shown that it's just not enough to be seen, or seen to be seen, in this beautiful seaside town, it's also well worth walking away with a…
Deauville's growing reputation as a first-stop film festival is particularly evident this year with world premieres for Dagur Kari's "The Good Heart" and Miguel Arteta's "Youth in Revolt." There are…
For Harrison Ford, there'll always be Deauville. The star, whom Deauville first feted back in 2002, is back again as this year's guest of honor. "(We chose him) simply because he's our friend," says…
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp and Tarak Ben Ammar's Quinta Communications are partnering to launch Paris Studios, France's first modern, mega movie studio.
"Panic" is far from alone in the trend of adapting TV toons from the French-speaking world to the bigscreen.
Since its inception at the end of 2004, Belgium's tax shelter has transformed the local film economy, creating thousands of jobs and channeling an estimated E150 million ($194 million) of new funding…
The Flemish director Stijn Coninx never doubted that "Soeur sourire," his biopic of Belgium's chart-topping singing nun Jeanine Deckers, could be anything other than a French-speaking film.
Twenty years after persuading the producers of "Dangerous Liaisons" that Hungary was not an adequate stand-in for 18th-century France, Stephen Frears again found himself having to fight in Gaul's…