Dutchman Michael van Jaarsveld's "Drift" won the grand jury prize and actress nod for Christel Oomen at the 15th Nordic Film Fest of Rouen, which ran March 13 -24.
Markets & Festivals
Penny Marshall and Mike Medavoy will be honored with lifetime achievement kudos at the 18th annual Israel Film Festival's opening-night gala at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on April…
Ending weeks of speculation and misinformation, Moritz de Hadeln, who stepped down last year after two decades as executive director of the Berlin Film Festival, has signed on to head the 59th…
Emmy-winner Andre Braugher is joining the CBS drama pilot "Hack," while Andy Dick is going to the office for ABC, and Saffron Burrows has caught the femme lead in the Alphabet's "E.I.S."
Norwegian helmer Harald Zwart ("One Night at McCool's") has come onboard to direct MGM's "Cody Banks," a Jeffrey Jurgensen-scripted adventure film, in which Frankie Muniz will star during his…
Universal Pictures and StudioCanal plan to remake 1973 cult horror pic "The Wicker Man." So do thesp Christopher Lee and director Robin Hardy, part of the team behind the original "Wicker."
Roland Emmerich's hatred of unfriendly extra-terrestrials seems to have gotten the better of him once more.
The Ashton Kutcher-toplined "The Butterfly Effect" has been acquired by New Line Cinema, becoming the first project from the financing and foreign sales partnership FilmEngine.
CBS business affairs chief Harold Brook is leaving the Eye just 15 months after joining the net. Brook, who had served as exec VP of business affairs, will depart by Friday.
The Cannes Intl. Film Festival's Directors Fortnight team has launched an appeal to fests worldwide to bail out Argentina's cash-strapped Buenos Aires Film Festival.
Bertrand Tavernier's "Laissez-Passer" ("Safe Passage") will kick off the sixth annual City of Lights, City of Angels Film Festival in Los Angeles April 8 at the Director's Guild of America.