"The Band's Visit" helmer Eran Kolirin is swapping politics for existentialism with his new project "The Exchange."
Choi Pyung-ho, former executive VP at CJ Entertainment, took up his new post as CEO of Korea's leading production shingle SidusFNH on Thursday.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The Los Angeles Times' Tina Daunt writes about an unexpected beneficiary of Hollywood's Democratic money machine: Arlen Specter. Even though he's…
L.A.-based film vet Peter Marai has created a new Buenos Aires-based arthouse distributor, Mirada distribution.
With an estimated 1.5 billion people accessing peer-to-peer Internet sites each day, the movie biz remains vulnerable to rampant piracy.
Film France, Gaul's national film commission, has teamed with the Odit France, part of its Ministry of Tourism, to launch France's first-ever Film and Tourism Conference.
The Sarajevo Film Festival announced Thursday the 19 projects that will participate in its CineLink Co-Production market in August.
Warner Bros. Pictures U.K. will release Brit helmer Nick Love's soccer hooligan pic "The Firm" in a joint-venture deal with Love's shingle Vertigo Films.
Peter Chan unveiled a slayer of demons to highlight the growing cooperation between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong when he introduced "Jung Ku -- The Man From 18th Hell" at Cannes this week.
Three debut movies and five sophomore outings are among the 10-pic lineup of this year's Variety Critics' Choice at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival (July 3-11).