Since his eye-catching debut with "Adam and Paul" in 2004, Lenny Abrahamson has been tipped as the most likely Irish director to follow Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan onto the international A-list.
As a garrulous and gregarious people from a small country that uses both the English language and the euro, the Irish have a natural talent for co-production.
CBS and Tribune Broadcasting are betting big that the comedian has enough goodwill with auds to allow an 11 p.m. syndicated latenight yakker to survive in a landscape that is far more fragmented…
While the rest of the fest generates awards season talk, Toronto's Midnight Madness plays to what's hot at the current box office. With films such as "Mama," "The Conjuring" and "The Purge" beating…
The combination of a softening Indian economy and the end of the U.S. stimulus program has caused the Indian currency to fall to record lows. It dropped 13% in August, including 4% in a single day on…
Russia's leading TV producer, Alexander Akopov, is leaning on U.S. TV shows and know-how to up the ante in the country's burgeoning television market.
Montreal-born Emily Hampshire took an ill-fated ride with Alan Rickman in "Snow Cake" (2006) and co-starred with Robert Pattinson in David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" before teaching Jonas Chernick the…
Silvio Berlusconi's conviction last month on tax fraud charges might have seemed like a closing chapter in his long and colorful career. But it was actually just a cliffhanger.
Making movies in Greece these days is an odyssey, laments helmer Olga Malea, who was left holding the bag in June when the government pulled the plug on bloated pubcaster ERT.
Jonathan Glazer's alien adventure deserves the Golden Lion. But why wasn't Alfonso Cuaron's space odyssey in competition?