MOSCOW -- Russia's film industry is going through changing times and one of the key topics it's debating is the level of involvement with international partners.
Russian films swept the board at the 31st Moscow Intl. Film Festival, which closed Sunday.
Russia's top film and television producers have joined together to forge a common anti-recession policy as buyers bargain for lower prices on content.
Ukraine's 38th Molodist Film Festival closed Sunday with its main prize, the Scythian Deer and $10,000, split between Iranian helmer Hana Makhmalbaf's Afghan-themed "Buddha Collapsed Out of Shame"…
It's not every day that a prime minister drops in on a film studio -- but then it's not every day that a brand new studio facility is unveiled in Russia.
Liberian child soldiers film "Johnny Mad Dog" took home the $50,000 top prize from Moscow's 2morrow2 festival, which closed on Monday.
Despite the bleak economy, Russian auds will get a welcome dose of indie cinema with the 2nd 2morrow2 fest that runs for four days beginning Friday in Moscow.
Russia's latest blockbuster release, Bolshevik Revolution period drama "Admiral," saw record-breaking opening figures for the territory as it pulled in $13.2 million on just over 2 million admissions…
Nasdaq-quoted Russian TV company CTC Media is continuing its expansion around the former USSR, acquiring a 51% interest in Moldova's broadcasting group Teledixi and Muzic Ramil SRL for $4.1 million.
Russian helmer Marius Veisburg's "Hitler Kaput" has stormed the local box office -- a surprise in a country that's sensitive about its WWII legacy.