Among titles competing this year in Karlovy Vary’s Forum of Independents is the experimental “Memphis,” by U.S. helmer Tim Sutton, which owes its existence to the Venice Film Festival’s recently…
For the first time in its 70-year history, the Venice lineup includes three feature films produced by the fest itself through its Biennale College, which is turning the Lido into a unique year-round…
Madrid's Media Business School, one of Europe's leading film-TV biz training orgs, is launching a new initiative: Audiovisual Strategic Business Planning.
ROME -- The Venice Festival, the world's oldest sprocket opera, is helping filmmakers get their pics made. But unlike other indie auteur events -- think Sundance, Cannes or Rotterdam -- the Lido…
PARIS -- Arte France Cinema, the film arm of the Franco-German net, will co-produce four pics, including "Tom a la ferme" from Canadian helmer Xavier Dolan.
Locarno Film Festival artistic topper Olivier Pere has ankled to become managing director of Arte France Cinema, the film division of Franco-German net Arte.
Venice follows Tribeca and Rotterdam in planting a flag in the virtual universe streaming pics on Cinando
Franco-German broadcaster Arte is working with Paris City Hall to develop a smart-phone app, called Cinema City that will help tourists interact with movie locations. Paris' tourism office, which is…
Followers of global politics will be surprised to learn that Bernard-Henri Levy is responsible for the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, but that's the story Levy tells in "The Oath of Tobruk," co-helmed…
In show of defiance and solidarity, Hungarian filmmakers hosted the 43rd Hungarian Film Week on Feb. 3-5, using the nation's premier festival to gather international support for Hungary's struggling…
Following Alexander Mindadze's very different "Innocent Saturday," "Land of Oblivion" reps the second major feature of 2011 to carve drama out of the Chernobyl disaster, to powerful effect.