Walt Disney Studios may be about to get thrown down the rabbit hole. U.K. exhibs are squaring up for a fight with the studio over its plans to shorten the window between the theatrical and DVD…
Berlin Film Festival
Abu Dhabi's Imagenation and producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have optioned the rights to Richard Matheson's novel "Earthbound."
Arab screen icon Omar Sharif is set to tackle William Shakespeare's "King Lear," in a feature adaptation that migrates the bard's classic tragedy to modern-day Egypt.
Having now established itself firmly in Potsdamer Platz, and with its years in the West's Zoo district an increasingly hazy memory, the Berlinale this year is seeking to extend its reach further…
Arriving in Berlin in 1948 as "Film Officer" for the U.S. military administration, Martay was charged with authorizing and supervising German film producers' activities.
No one could accuse "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll" of false advertising.
FilmSharks Intl., a leading sales company in Latin America, is extending sales in the U.S.
The early life of Danish author Karen Blixen is being turned into a Danish film.
Berlin competition title "Jew Suss: Rise and Fall" has been acquired by Gaul's UGC Distribution, Canada's E1 Entertainment and Australia's Vendetta Films.
As the Berlin festival kicks off its 60th year today, attendees are bundled up as this is expected to be one of the coldest Berlinales on record.
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