Producers and financers have delayed shooting on Albert Hughes' "Motor City," saying that they could not meet a March 31 deadline for delivering the film.
Firmly established as Latin America's premier film market, Ventana Sur is seeing international buyer attendance for its fourth edition tracking 40% up on 2011, Argentina's Incaa Film Institute…
Italy's South Tyrol film fund is launching a lab to develop TV projects shooting in the autonomous region on the border with Germany and Austria.
Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" made a big splash Saturday on the Lido, as the highly anticipated drama inspired by the early days of Scientology had its world preem with the helmer and key cast…
When independent filmmaker Brillante Mendoza was growing up, people made fun of his name and called him Diamond.
Celluloid Dreams has taken international rights outside Italy to Daniele Luchetti's comedy "Mythological Story of My Family," produced by Cattleya.
For Christine Vachon at New York's Killer Films, "What keeps independent film alive, what it has to be charged with now, is true originality, alternative, truly original voices."
Italo helmer Guido Lombardi, whose gritty immigration drama "La-Bas. A Criminal Education," scooped last year's Venice Silver Lion for first work, will make the leap into more mainstream filmmaking…
Two bills to extend California's tax credit production incentive program for two years have been approved by the State Legislature and gone to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk.
Fox has booked a return visit to "Hotel Hell," giving a second season greenlight to Gordon Ramsay's latest reality skein.
Making their festival debuts within 24 hours of each other were Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master” and Ben Affleck’s “Argo.” The former has gotten a bit-more pre-fest publicity, but the latter…
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