The skewing of elections in Iraq by U.S. army and U.N. forces, the mysterious realities of Iranian life, personal reflections in Tel Aviv triggered by a terrorist attack. These are just some of the…
Moritz De Hadeln, who spent 21 years as the head of the Berlin fest, is back in town -- and would love nothing more than another festival gig.
It's not going to sink. That's the latest word from the lagoon as Venice fest toppers confirmed they have the moolah to stay well afloat -- despite draconian Italo government arts funding cuts.
Festival opener "Snowcake" has been gobbled up by MK2 for France in a deal brokered by Fortissimo's senior VP Nicole Mackey and MK2 acquisitions chief Jean-Francois Deveau.
Spanish sales consortium Latido has broadened its acquisitions policy, making its first ever non-Hispanic pickup by taking international rights to the Moroccan film "Heaven's Doors," which plays in…
"Elementary Particles" helmer Oskar Roehler is heading back to Berlin-based X Filme for his next project, "Lulu and Jimmy," a relationship drama about the son of an African-American G.I. and a German…
Red-hot French helmer Jacques Audiard is prepping an incendiary actioner for his next pic.
Kiwi free-to-air broadcasters are fuming after regulators greenlit Rupert Murdoch-backed monopoly satcaster Sky's NZ$30 million ($20 million) purchase of free-to-air web Prime TV New Zealand last…
Montreal's battle of the film fests has been won by event veteran Serge Losique's World Film Festival. Its tyro rival, the New Montreal FilmFest, shuttered late Friday after its inaugural edition in…
The majority of syndicated shows saw their national ratings dip slightly during the week ended Jan. 29 due to mild weather in the Northeast, the lack of a national holiday as well as preparations for…