Promotional pushes may change at the last moment for all sorts of reasons, but Russia has just seen an unusual one. Alexander Atanesyan's highprofile "Scum" has had to contend with an unusual rebuke…
Hong Kong- and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo has picked up international rights to "Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema," which preems in the Panorama Documentary section.
The lights will shine brightly on the Berlinale and its booming European Film Market, but a glimpse beneath the surface of the domestic film industry reveals a darker picture of a depressed Germany…
Annette Olesen's "One to One" is likely to attract particular attention when it unspools Sunday in the Panorama section. That's because the director is Danish -- and her country is still reeling from…
Brazilian music doc "Favela Rising," which screens in the market today, has already notched up a string of sales.
Need a break from watching movies and making face-time? For the over-visualized, Becker Films prexy Reiko Bradley recommends eating in complete darkness at the Dunkelrestaurant Nocti Vagus.
Harvey Keitel and Emmanuelle Beart will topline the New York-set "A Crime," produced and sold internationally by Gallic outfit ARP.
Tartan Films has picked up U.K. rights to Australian thriller "Little Fish" from Myriad Pictures.
Fox's "American Idol" steamrolled CBS' coverage of the Grammy Awards in Wednesday's opening hour, contributing to record-low scores for music's biggest night.
So does last night's victory officially make U2 the greatest band in the world? "We are tonight," offered the Edge.