The choreography team behind Miramax's "Chicago" danced away with an American Choreography Award at the ninth annual kudofest, held Sunday at downtown L.A.'s Orpheum Theater.
The Hallmark Channel has created its first cable-network clone, the Hallmark Movie Channel, drawing on its library of 4,000 hours of movie and miniseries programming.
India's premier industry training academy, the 40-year-old Films & Television Institute of India (FTII), will hold its first Wisdom Tree Festival Thursday-Sunday in the western Indian city of Pune.
Timed for the start of the ski season, the third Whistler film festival and filmmaking forum runs Dec. 4-7 at the mountain resort near Vancouver.
Danish major Nordisk Film will open an L.A. office on Jan. 1 to be closer to its American partners.
The new Danish-Swedish Oresund Film Commission has appointed Danish producer Ulrik Bolt Jorgensen -- formerly production chief at Angel Films -- and Swedish producer Natasha Banke as its first…
Swedish director Lena Koppel's first feature, "Bombay Dreams," which will partly shoot in India, is included in a package of features that the Swedish Film Institute has greenlit for state support.
Monday is usually a sleepy day for exhibs, but Cinemark's plexes were packed Nov. 3 as auds took advantage of cut-price tickets for the Cinemark Brazil Screening.
IDT Corp. plans to spin off its network of computer animation facilities into a new subsidiary called IDT Entertainment.
In the first week of the November sweeps period, the end of daylight-saving time proved a boon for the syndie shows in the access hours.