PARIS– Felix van Groeningen’s romance drama “The Broken Circle Breakdown” (“Alabama Monroe”), which reps Belgium in the Oscar’s foreign-language race, has snatched up the Lux Award, a nod handed out…
LONDON — The European Parliament has approved the European Commission's new Creative Europe program, which will replace the MEDIA and Culture programs. It has a budget that is 9% higher than the…
A petition that wants film and TV industries excluded from trade talks between the European Union and the U.S. — known as the "cultural exception" — has reached 5,000 names. It includes filmmakers…
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PARIS France has experienced its own deranged shooters, with each event bringing up arguments over the possible causes. After a recent incident, local legislators tried to ban violent videogames, so…
The Motion Picture Assn., the Independent Film and TV Alliance and 10 other international orgs have protested the Spanish government's 8% to 21% sales tax hike on admissions to cinema theaters, live…
The annual European Parliament Lux competition for films that celebrate the diversity of the continent unveiled its lineup Sunday (July 3) at the Karlovy Vary international film festival.
Change is coming to Europe's film subsidy system, but reports of its imminent demise turn out to be exaggerated.
German Oscar hopeful "Die Fremde" (When We Leave) by Feo Aladag has won the European Parliament's Lux prize.
Fatih Akin's "The Edge of Heaven," Germany's entry for the foreign language Oscar, has won the European Parliament's first Lux prize for European cinema.
Producers and retailers of counterfeit goods could face jail or heavy fines as part of the European Union crackdown on piracy unveiled Tuesday.
European filmmakers are lobbying the European Parliament to protect Europe's movie market from U.S. dominance and to back the European film industry in World Trade Organization talks due to begin at…