Seville is building its critical mass of Eurocentric events, becoming a mid-November hub for discussions, meetings and analysis.
Markets & Festivals
"Packed to the Rafters" -- by scribe Bevan Lee ("Home and Away" "All Saints") -- has become a sleeper hit, drawing a weekly aud of 2 million to Seven. Ratings have continued to grow to 40-plus shares…
Special screenings at Seville European film festival include 'Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day,' 'Welcome to the Sticks' and 'The Missing Lynx.'
The title makes it sound like a Western, but "The Other End of the Line" is more of an Eastern-Western, offering a pretty savvy take on the romantic possibilities of subcontinental telemarketing.
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Paramount Pictures are in talks to co-finance "Tintin," Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson's digital 3-D pic based on the Belgian "Tintin" comics.
Up until a few weeks ago, the buzzword in Hollywood was "international." Overseas seemed to be the key to growth aspirations, with B.O. booming, studios cranking up local-language production…
Antonio Banderas, Spain's first homeboy made good in modern-day Hollywood, will be treading native soil more often.
The Australian production sector is suddenly very optimistic about the future.
For a fest that just five months ago was teetering due to political turmoil, the third Rome Film Festival pulled off a rather remarkable feat: it didn't feel makeshift.
In a year blighted by earthquakes, typhoons and snowstorms, it's perhaps not surprising that China's first major disaster movie, Feng Xiaoning's "Super Typhoon," took in a solid $1.5 million in its…
While Asian and European economies have significantly slowed, Brazil and Canada are hopeful that the devaluation of their currencies could be a good thing: They're hoping Hollywood producers will be…