It's been yet another tough year at the box office for documentaries, and for a few of this season's high-profile releases the demise of specialty arms and ThinkFilm's dramatic slowdown made the year…
Markets & Festivals
Citing rising costs, Berlinale organizers have doubled accreditation prices from E50 ($64) to $128 for next year's fest, which runs Feb. 5-15.
The Toronto Documentary Forum announced Thursday that it has tapped Elizabeth Radshaw as director.
From the Army Archerd Archive: Shirley MacLaine confides the new script of "My Geisha" will carry "a little message" about better East-West understanding so mebbe the twain shall meet.
Last year's award season was shaken up by the WGA strike and the cancellation of the Golden Globes gala. This year there's nothing so dramatic but, as always, the award orgs have tweaked their rules…
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences' Academy Foundation has doled out $450,000 to 24 U.S. film festivals.
Warner Bros. has acquired rights to "Dead Spy Running" for McG to direct. He will produce with Jeanne Allgood through their studio deal at Wonderland Sound and Vision.
Neil McGowan's comic thriller script, "Numbered" has won the 13th annual Slamdance Screenplay Competition. The first-time scribe was awarded $7000 at a presentation hosted by the WGA West in Los…
Monica Bellucci broke in the Rome Film Festival red carpet on Thursday for tepidly received Italo meller "The Man Who Loves."
The Fall Classic is off to a solid start for Fox, with Wednesday's opening game winning the night despite coming in lower than last year.
Five first-time Latino filmmakers will compete at the 34th Huelva Ibero-American Film Festival, Spain's largest confab for films from Latin America, Spain and Portugal.