Film collector, curator and historian Fernando Pena figured he'd made the biggest discovery of his career when, back in 2008, he uncovered a complete print of the original, uncut version of Fritz…
With "The Conjuring" looking like a sleeper hit, New Line is already working on bringing a sequel to life.
Berlin-based sales company Films Boutique has closed several deals on Polish film “Floating Skyscrapers,” which won the best film award in the East of the West section in Karlovy Vary Film Festival…
After lobbying for nearly two years, French film export bizzers have obtained from the CNC (national film and TV board) the launch of a selective 8 million Euros ($10.4 million) fund to help them…
Amy Adams' movie project "Object of Beauty" has picked up momentum with Ned Benson on board to adapt Steve Martin's novel for Maven Pictures.
On the heels of the surprisingly strong launch for Kevin Hart's "Let Me Explain," CodeBlack Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Forest Whitaker's thriller "Repentances" for release by…
Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, credited with scripting "The Hangover," apply roughly the same formula to a younger cast in their dumb-fun directorial debut.
A leading Swedish newspaper editor who staunchly opposed Hitler's fascism and his own nation's neutrality during WWII is the subject of Jan Troell's "The Last Sentence."
One of those rare features in which water-pump pliers are elevated to its co-stars, "The Cutoff Man" looks at an unemployed Israeli paterfamilias who takes on the ill-paid, occasionally dangerous job…
Two AFI students were among the 13 collegians honored by the film academy Saturday for their projects at the 39th annual Student Academy Awards.
Classical in a good way, "In the Fog" explores the moralities of wartime with restraint and exacting execution when fate throws three men into conflict with each other by fate in Belorussia during…