LOCARNO – Women comprise a third of screenwriters and directors in Switzerland, a report has found. Swiss female screenwriters and helmers represented 34% of the total, while males were at 66% in the…
European Women’s Audiovisual Network
The European Women's Audiovisual network, a new organization for women working in the entertainment industry, will hold a pitching training course next month. The workshop, which will help producers…
The Women In Film Foundation's Film Finishing Fund has announced the winners of its 2013 grants. Co-chairs Betsy Pollock and Nancy Rae Stone announced the recipients of the 28th grant program, for…
A recent study by researchers in India and the U.K. has reinforced a strict anti-smoking campaign begun last year by the central board of film classification.
Dubai is getting a double whammy of movie shindigs and boosting its status as the Gulf region's main film industry hub.
A new European organization for women working in the film industry launches in Berlin today.
The unreliable-narrator docu develops a new wrinkle or two with "Informant."
A potentially career-making showcase for lead actress Emma Stone.
Broadway theatergoers at "The Lion King" probably won't spot anything different about the long-running Disney Theatrical tuner.
Telepic settles into a series of cliches stacked as high as a pile of library books.
A pleasingly non-formulaic romantic seriocomedy, "Definitely, Maybe" has charm and some depth, even if it's ultimately more a third-base hit than a home run.
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