The Warsaw Film Foundation, which oversees the Warsaw fest, has sent out a letter to the entertainment industry and the media calling for solidarity and support of the various film festivals and…
A strong start to the year at the Chinese box office has helped spark speculation of change to the regime that controls the import of foreign movies.
South Korean hit film "The Attorney" will get its market premiere next month in Berlin, having been picked up by Seoul-based sales company Finecut.
Adding a new and highly international player to the production scene in Latin America and beyond, six-year-old Berlin-based M-Appeal will co-produce Cuban director Carlos Machado Quintela's second…
Norwegian hit "Kon-Tiki," released by TWC in the States, set sail in Germany with a splashy premiere on March 6 at Berlin's Kino International.
Cinema Management Group has sold key foreign markets to 3D animated feature "Saving Santa," set for a Christmas 2013 release. Voice actors include Martin Freeman (pictured above), Noel Clarke, Tim…
BERLIN — Shine's maternity docu-series "One Born Every Minute" may have won a BAFTA in the U.K., but in Germany the format might get the boot because authorities claim it breaches the privacy rights…
BERLIN — The Berlin Film Festival drew a record turnout this year, attracting more festgoers than ever before, underscoring the event's increasing popularity with cinephiles. The Berlinale, which ran…
Set in Germany's sexy capital and redolent of John Le Carre's Cold War atmospherics, South Korean espionage thriller "The Berlin File" boasts knockout action setpieces that provide an impressive…
Calin Peter Netzer's Romanian social drama "Child's Pose" won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for best picture Saturday, while David Gordon Green took the Silver Bear for director for "Prince…
Mathias Schwerbrock's Film Base Berlin has boarded French helmer Philippe Diaz's "The Last Days of Karl Marx," starring Maximilian Schell.