The Sichuan earthquake, China's worst natural disaster for 32 years has led to a three-day period of mourning, during which all forms of public entertainment are banned.
Cannes Film Festival
After months of speculation about its finances, Stateside releasing operation Tartan Films USA has admitted its financial problems.
While the gala debut of James Gray's third Cannes entry, "Two Lovers," was playing well at the glittery black-tie event at the Theatre Lumiere, things were not going so smoothly at the press…
The Match Factory has sold Cannes Official Selection title "O'Horten" to the U.K.'s Artificial Eye.
Russian film producers face months of uncertainty after a key government funding agency was closed following the appointment of a new culture minister.
Hungarian director Kornel Mundruczo, whose "Delta" got its competition screening Tuesday, is planning a film about the 15th century sodomy trial of Italian genius Leonardo Da Vinci.
Debut features dominate Variety's Critics Choice selection of European films for this year's Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival. The 10 films, chosen by Variety's team of critics, include seven first…
Action Slate Films, the production joint venture launched by Las Vegas-based Birch Tree Entertainment and India's Infinity Filmed Entertainment, has set up English-language martial arts action…
Dutch producer John de Mol's Cyrte Investments is making a further foray into the film business, acquiring Nigel Sinclair and Guy East's L.A.-based Spitfire Pictures and merging it with famed Brit…
German sales agent Beta Cinema has picked up international rights to European romantic comedy "Bon Appetit."
John Woo will direct "1949" as soon as he has finished his epic "Red Cliff."