Few foreign productions in Hungary generate headlines like "Bel Ami," the just-completed Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman starrer from "The Full Monty" producer Uberto Pasolini, which casts Budapest…
Cannes Film Festival
With Bela Tarr's "The Turin Horse" not ready in time for Cannes, the Croisette turns its attention to a younger crop of Hungarian directors this year.
With the recent opening of Raleigh Studios just outside Budapest, Hungary now boasts so much production capacity that it may actually become a problem, at least for studios and other facilities who…
What producer west of Hungary (or perhaps neighboring Croatia) has ever heard of Pecs? Or Southern Transdanubia, for that matter?
Even before Wednesday's launch, the biggest newsmaker of the Cannes Film Fest may have already emerged: Mother Nature.
Melanie Thierry, Carole Bouquet and Andre Dussollier will star in vet helmer Andre Techine's "Unforgivable," based on Philippe Djian's novel.
Pic exposes the dark side of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's earthquake relief efforts.
Storms are brewing over Cannes, and not just on the beaches.
In 2009, an avalanche of Hollywood 3D tentpoles, including "Avatar" and "Ice Age 3," drove the French B.O. to an all-time record high with €1.2 billion ($1.8 billion) from some 200 million…
Theatrical remains king in Latin America, where the box office has expanded despite the financial crisis of recent years.
China has taken to 3D enthusiastically, and the biz is obsessed with developing the format as a way of competing internationally, but also appeasing a domestic aud madly engaged about that third…