Jacques Audiard's crime drama "A Prophet" was awarded the Louis Delluc prize.
The European Union has cleared the launch of News Corp.'s Italo free-to-air terrestrial channel Cielo, despite the Italian government's assertion that it may break competition law.
The San Sebastian Film Festival, the largest sprocket opera in the Spanish-speaking world, has funding in place for next year's edition after cost cuts this year.
The Irish government has slashed the budget of the Irish Film Board by 5%, but rejected a proposal to abolish the board and the local tax incentive.
Disaster pic "2012" has become the third movie this year to breach the 400 million yuan ($58 million) B.O. threshold in China, notching up $62 million in receipts on the mainland market within 24…
In an essay in Newsweek, Angelina Jolie expresses some frustration and fear that the Obama administration will overlook the need for justice in Darfur in their quest to secure stability in the…
James Cameron appears to be heading to inner space by putting "Fantastic Voyage" on the front burner.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved legislation that would protect journalists from legal suits requiring them to reveal news sources.
Tentpole titles still couldn't help the videogame biz emerge from its months-long sales slump.
The NEA offered confirmation of declining auds for theater, ballet and certain other arts disciplines.