In 1979, Paul Greengrass became the first person to get permission to film inside Northern Ireland's notorious Maze Prison, which housed paramilitary prisoners.
Organizers of the Times BFI London Film Festival hope that widening the red carpet for industry players will increase the fest's profile and the quality of screenings it presents.
This year's highlights from film's screening at the London Film Festival.
Film London expects the new Production Finance Market it is launching at this year's London Film Festival to forge closer links between producers and private financiers while beefing up the fest's…
Graham King has won the race to adapt "School of Fear" for Warner Bros.
The Asian Film Commissions Network has announced an ambitious forum planned for 2008 that will bring policymakers from across Asia to Busan to discuss the need for production incentives.
Arts Alliance Media has inked a pact with Pathe to add the U.K. distrib's pics to its video on demand service.
Anchor Bay Entertainment has picked up theatrical and homevid rights for Fred Durst's tyro helming effort, "The Education of Charlie Banks."
FX has greenlit the pilot "Forever Sam Crow," a drama from "The Shield" exec producer Kurt Sutter about the world of biker gangs in Northern California.
Contrary to recent reports in the blogosphere, Warner Bros. is still committed to women.