San Sebastian has made a virtue out of necessity, positioning itself, in part as "the gateway into Europe for Toronto premieres."
San Sebastian's Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum — now in its second edition — has strengthened the fest's status as a key launchpad for Latin American arthouse film projects with crossover…
Rising Chinese star Li Bingbing and Motion Picture Association boss Christopher Dodd will both be honored at the fourth annual U.S.-China Film Summit in Los Angeles.
Completion guarantor Film Finances Inc. is launching a South African arm to be headed by longtime local Endemol exec Jane Fry. Fry, who spent 15 years at Endemol South Africa and also served as an…
HONG KONG — Asian pay-TV channels operator Celestial Tiger Entertainment has inked a pair of output deals with Hong Kong film studios Mega Vision Project Workshop and Universe Entertainment. CTE…
For students at Chapman's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, those pivotal experiences on set are happening not only a few blocks down the main campus drag, but also as many as 8,000 miles away.
Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
Cine Colombia has become the first major exhibitor in Latin America to go all digital, and William Torres is at the center of the process.
It's big media vs. big government, a scenario being played out all over Latin America. But in Argentina, the battle is especially fierce.
It’s official: Netflix has gone Dutch. As Variety reported earlier this week, Netflix on Wednesday launched its Internet streaming service in the Netherlands, priced at €7.99 per month (about $10.59…
With more and more foreign films now being allowed into China, and potential revenues that can be earned having risen to 25% (from as little as 13%), one might think that doing business in China is…