Italo helmer Nanni Moretti has parted ways with his longtime producer Angelo Barbagallo, with Moretti likely to hold on to their Sacher Film shingle.
After a two-year hiatus, Takeshi Kitano, helmer of the 1997 Venice Golden Lion winner "Hana-bi," has revealed that he will make "Kantoku Banzai" (literally, "Director Hooray").
Norah Jones' third album has become her third No. 1 as "Not Too Late" (Blue Note) sold 405,000 copies in its first week of release.
Women in Film and Television has launched a confidential employment Web site and helpline available to men and women working in all sectors of the U.K. film and TV industries.
"I Want Candy," the latest comedy from Blighty's Ealing Studios, has been sold to SquareOne Entertainment for Germany and Revolutionary Releasing for distribution across Eastern Europe.
Italy's post MIP toon fest Cartoons on the Bay is moving from Positano to Salerno, also on the Amalfi coast, for its upcoming 11th edition.
Korean production and sales group the Core Studio has picked up international rights to "Untold Beauty," a romantic horror story set somewhere between this life and the next.
RAI Trade has kicked off sales on "Caravaggio," a biopic about the bad boy of Renaissance art lensed by Vittorio Storaro and starring Alessio Boni ("Best of Youth") in the lead role.
The most eclectic Yank contingent in decades hits town over the next few days, and almost to a man they are upbeat about the prospects for the 11-day Berlinale.
A group of Europe's leading mobile operators signed an agreement in Brussels Tuesday aimed at protecting children using cell phones.
German cinema may be enjoying a renaissance of sorts, but there's a conspicuous dearth of Teutonic titles in the main Berlinale event. Organizers are quick to point out that the overall number of…