Zodiak Entertainment Distribution has closed more territories on "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," the first film in the "Millennium" trilogy.
Berlin Film Festival
Gordon Spragg, Celluloid Dreams' longtime head of marketing and publicity, has launched his own company, Berlin-based Wolf Consultants, which aims to be a one-stop shop for all independent film…
In a hallmark Berlin deal, two of Europe's highest-profile players -- Paris sales-production company Celluloid Dreams and Berlin's Studio Babelsberg -- have pacted with Munich-based Clou Partners to…
Bryn Chainey's Australian short "Jonah and the Vicarious Nature of Homesickness" picked up the Berlin Talent Campus' Berlin Today Award on Sunday.
British director Antonia Bird is venturing where few have dared by making "The Widow," about the sexual awakening of a beautiful young Arab woman.
The European Film Promotion's Shooting Stars glittered at the Berlinale on Sunday as the fest honored 10 of Europe's most notable young actors.
Czech films ready for a higher-profile spotlight at EFM
Call it peer pressure or just common sense, but the Czech parliament finally heeded the advice to adopt foreign production incentives late last year.
As the market kicked into gear over the weekend, Jo Baier's $28 million historical epic "Henry of Navarre" attracted buyers from Eastern Europe to South America.
Schanelec can't come up with anything to fill the compositions other than banal encounters.
Story of a 2-year-old girl found by a jobless circus worker living on the outskirts of Rome.