Billy Bob Thornton is co-writing and directing "And Then We Drove," a road movie the filmmaker describes as "ethereal."
Berlin Film Festival
"The Russians are coming!" is no longer a cry of Red-scare panic. At least not in Hollywood, where -- for filmmakers struggling to raise funds for adult dramas -- it's now an exclamation of relief…
One of the big dramas playing out in the Korean film business today is the changing landscape among local distributors.
A diverse slate of homegrown projects graces screens and pulls in audiences
Evan Rachel Wood and Danish thesp Mads Mikkelsen have joined the cast of "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman," which will see them co-star alongside Shia LaBeouf.
During a bus ride from the mountains of eastern Nepal to Kathmandu, the stories of a group of passengers intertwine.
The story of a runaway cow that smashed through an electric fence and escaped to freedom in the Bavarian hills last year is making it to the bigscreen.
Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon," which starts lensing in the Swiss city of Bern as well as Lisbon next month, reps a return to theatrical production for Studio Hamburg.
The Berlinale may be too early for eOne’s new London-based international film sales division to unveil a slate of pics at the European Film Market, but its execs are in town to talk to buyers about…
Madrid-based 6 Sales has licensed Sean Stone's directorial feature debut, supernatural horror pic "Graystone," to the U.K. (Revolver) and Japan (Fine Films).
One of the key figures behind the Norwegian South Film Fund, set up last month to finance films from developing countries, arrived at the Berlinale Friday to tubthump for the org.