The Slamdance Film Festival has selected 73 short films to screen at the Jan. 18-27 event in Park City, Utah. Slamdance, which runs concurrently with Sundance, announced Tuesday that the selections…
State broadcaster Magyar Televizio is on a financial roll, having finished 2006 without a loss for the second consecutive year.
The Philippines Metro Manila Film Festival will kick off on Dec. 25 with a competition section down anywhere from one to nine films.
Helmer-scribe Auli Mantila received a Finland Award in recognition of her work from Finland's culture minister, Tanja Saarela, on Tuesday.
Rainbow Media subsid Rainbow HD unveiled on Tuesday a carriage agreement that greatly expands the presence of its Voom HD channel in Scandinavia.
VeneMovies, the 24-hour channel launched in September by Venevision Intl., the Miami-based subsid of Venezuelan media conglom Grupo Cisneros, has expanded its reach to Puerto Rico.
Kenn and Simon MacRae have won the Movie Network's "Project Greenlight" competition and will make their debut film, "The View From Greenhaven Drive."
Sundance Channel has announced the creation of a virtual screening room within the online community of Second Life.
Holly Hunter and Treat Williams are readying to star in a pair of new dramas for TNT. Cabler is nearing deals to greenlight both the Hunter starrer "Grace," about a jaded cop who's offered a chance…
The first person in the world to be charged with a crime for distributing movies on peer-to-peer platform BitTorrent lost his appeal Tuesday.
Organizers of the Toronto Film Festival unveiled on Tuesday their picks for the top 10 Canuck films of the last year. Notably absent is "Bon Cop, Bad Cop," the top-grossing film within Canada with a…