From jetting to the outer limits of Canada's cold wilderness to building sets with local talent in steamy Louisiana, film producers have two things in mind when scouting locations: Costs, and what…
London is hosting a series of events in May to celebrate the National Film Board of Canada's 70th anniversary.
The Nordic Film & TV Fund and five local distribs have banded together to up the distribution of local pics in each other's countries.
Paramount has finally settled on June 5 as its Mexican release date for "Star Trek."
"The Cove," Louie Psihoyos' exposé of the Japanese dolphin slaughter, nabbed the Hot Docs' audience award Monday.
Cinema attendance in Europe held steady last year, according to figures released Monday.
Producers Jeremy Thomas and Toshiaki Nakazawa are teaming to make helmer Takashi Miike's samurai pic "Thirteen Assassins."
Tetsuya Komuro, once Japan's most popular music producer, whose hit tunes built media conglom Avex into a powerhouse in the 1990s, has been handed a suspended sentence for a copyright sales scam.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Journalist Roxana Saberi was released from prison in Iran after an appeals court reduced her jail term to a two-year suspended sentence. Saberi…
The 3-D versions of "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" are to preem at the 66th Venice Film Festival in September.
Looking to further coordinate its programming arms throughout the world, FremantleMedia has tapped Rob Clark president of worldwide entertainment.