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Receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Transylvania International Film Festival earlier this month, producer Iain Smith fondly described his time shooting "Cold Mountain" in Romania in 2003 as…
Leading U.S. producer James Schamus says that the Chinese film industry is becoming more sophisticated and stronger, and that "Hollywood has no secret sauce."
LONDON — Television, movies and the other screen industries are in a state of flux, delegates at the Focus Media Summit heard at the Business Design Center in London, but the key is to keep audiences…
LONDON — Iain Smith, executive producer on “Mad Max: Fury Road” and chairman of the British Film Commission, will deliver the opening speech at the Focus Summit, an event that focuses on developments…
The U.K. government will invest £6 million ($9.7 million) over two years in skills development for Blighty's creative industries, it was confirmed Wednesday.
Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the British Film Institute to invest more lottery money into mainstream films with the potential for commercial success.
Martin Scorsese and his crew mulled the idea of shooting "Hugo" in 2D and converting it, but decided it needed to be shot in 3D -- though they quickly discovered the process required them to rethink…
A well-cast but generally unremarkable drama about an Iraq War vet's struggle to recover from physical and psychological wounds at a military rehab hospital.
Best enjoyed by admiring the explosions and silliness without dwelling on the skeletal plot.
Executive suite: These producers have the combination of skills to shepherd a U.K. blockbuster.
Scottish producer Iain Smith will become the next chair of the Edinburgh Film Festival.