Indonesian helmer Joko Anwar's "The Forbidden Door" nabbed the top prize at the Puchon Intl. Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan), which wrapped Thursday.
Brad Pitt's Make It Right Foundation is among a consortium applying for federal stimulus money that could expand his effort to rebuild homes in New Orleans and also launch a project in Newark, N.J…
The North American preems of Pedro Almodovar's "Broken Embraces," Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" (both Sony Pictures Classics films) and Todd Solondz's "Life During Wartime" are among eight special…
U.K. broadcaster Five has acquired Disney-ABC-ESPN TV's new drama "FlashForward," starring Joseph Fiennes and Jack Davenport.
The U.S. has gained the upper hand in a knotty trade dispute with China over restrictions on the sale of American CDs, DVDs, books and computer software.
Suffering little impact from the financial crisis — or perhaps as a result of the ongoing economic woes — the German box office enjoyed a 13.5% boost in the first half of the year — its best showing…
The Venice Film Festival's Critics' Week has unveiled its lineup featuring 10 world preems with a largely Eurocentric focus, complemented by two topical Iranian works, and one from South Korea.
Sky Italia has announced a new channel dedicated to local movies, in order to keep ahead in the Italo satellite market.
A 30% tax credit for Italian movie theaters installing digital projection equipment is to be investigated by European regulators.
Pic producer and distrib Nikkatsu has acquired the international rights acquisition and management arm of AMG Entertainment.
When President Obama answered the very last question of the evening — one from Lynn Sweet on what the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates meant for race relations — I immediately thought…