With his turbulent tenure as SAG president coming to an end, Alan Rosenberg isn't offering any apologies for the past four years.
NBC is heading back up North, picking up "The Mountain," another Canadian co-production for the net.
Some of southeast Europe's leading screenwriters are among those with projects selected for the Thessaloniki Film Festival's seventh annual Balkan Fund script development competition.
Iowa has put its film incentive program, among the most generous in the country, on hold because of faulty record keeping, falsified receipts and, in one case, the purchase of a Land Rover and a…
International film vets Tim Smith of Prescience and Ralph Kamp of Odyssey have launched a joint venture in the form of two new companies -- Metropolis Intl. Sales and Timeless Films.
Poland's candidate for a foreign-language film Oscar nomination is Borys Lankosz's "The Reverse," which won the award for Polish film at the recently concluded Gdynia Film Festival.
In addition to the Funny or Die! video released today, Zach Braff and Donald Faison of "Scrubs" pitching the importance of affordable healthcare to the 18-29 age group. The spot was produced by Rock…
Former President Bill Clinton opened his Clinton Global Initiative on Tuesday with a speech from President Obama. In the coming days, a notable influx of Hollywood figures and their causes will…
Studio Hamburg is teaming with Zurich-based C-Films on an adaptation of Pascal Mercier's bestselling novel "Night Train to Lisbon."
With a typical no-nonsense approach, Werner Herzog has decided to teach guerilla filmmaking at a cost of $1,450 for a weekend -- and cautioned the faint of heart to stay away.
New York-based Independent Filmmaker Project and London-based networking org Shooting People have formed a strategic partnership that provides shared memberships to the two organizations for the next…