The world's longest running showcase devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens in Cottbus, Germany Nov. 6 with a competition slate of 10 features and a special focus on film from post-Yugoslav…
Tyro Polish helmer Slawomir Fabicki has won the top prize at the Rome Film Festival's New Cinema Network co-production mart for "Bonobo Jingo."
Projects from Gaspar Noe, Theo Angelopoulos and Michael Haneke are among those selected for production support from funding org Eurimages.
In the run-up to the American Film Market, Filmax Intl. has taken worldwide rights outside Spain to "Underground" (ASD: Alma Sin Dueno), the feature film debut of helmer Tinieblas Gonzalez.
Composer Howard Shore will conduct a performance of the music to David Cronenberg film "Eastern Promises" at the upcoming Stockholm Film Festival.
Nintendo's "Wii Sports" took the lion's share of the kudos at BAFTA's Video Games Awards on Tuesday.
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Robert Redford's "Against All Enemies," starring Bruce Willis, and Taylor Hackford's "Love Ranch," starring Helen Mirren, top the slate of productions that Capitol Films is bringing to the American…
Winners of the Lifetime Movie Network's Student Filmmaker Competition have been selected by judges Jennifer Lopez, Lauren Shuler Donner and Gale Anne Hurd.
Jessica Biel will topline UA’s crime thriller “Die a Little,” which the studio has set up with Richard Gladstein through his FilmColony banner and Biel’s Iron Ocean Films. Based on Megan Abbott’s…
New Line Cinema has optioned “Out,” a 1997 novel by Natsuo Kirino that won Japan’s Grand Prix Award for crime fiction. Hideo Nakata is attached to direct, and Joe Forte will write the thriller’s…