The opening of the Cannes Film Fest saw clear skies, frenzied film fans and a slew of film notables.
Cannes Film Festival
RAI Cinema, Italy's leading financier of quality pics, is breaking new ground by backing several innovative comedies alongside works by established auteurs like Daniele Luchetti, whose "Our Life"…
Emma Roberts and Brit thesp William Moseley have joined Myriad Pictures' "A Great Education," starring opposite the previously announced Ben Kingsley.
Hammer Films has set its first 3D production, ghost pic "The Woman in Black," based on the novel by Susan Hill.
Shirley MacLaine, Maria Bello and Christina Ricci are attached to star in the action-comedy "Wild Oats," directed by Scott Marshall.
Moves to bring Russia in line with film industry support structures common in Europe will be in the spotlight at a series of events at the country's national pavilion at Cannes' Intl. Village.
With more than 650,000 admissions and a box office take of over $8 million, Swedish thriller "Snabba Cash" -- translated as "Easy Money" -- is one of the country's biggest domestic hits in years. The…
With an all-star Scandi voice cast and enhanced by stereoscopic 3D digital animation, the Moomin family is ready to continue its conquest of the world via the bigscreen.
In 2003, Danish helmer Christoffer Boe's "Reconstruction" won the Camera d'Or in Cannes.
The SubZero Short Film Fest has emerged as a major booster of Scandinavian cinema in the U.S.
Non-mainstream Japanese dramas and comedies routinely receive substantial critical acclaim internationally, but a new wave of low-budget cult pics is slipping under the radar and gathering an…