A jury led by Oscar-winning "Slumdog Millionaire" helmer Danny Boyle will judge 16 films from 16 territories competing for the Jin Jue (Golden Goblet) prize at the 12th Shanghai Film Festival, which…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. There's considerable debate among mainstream news orgs over how to write about Kirby Dick's documentary "Outrage," which identifies hypocrisy among…
The French government has succeeded in getting its Internet privacy law through the National Assembly, reversing an embarrassing defeat in April when too few government supporters turned out to vote…
The sideshow that is Miss California USA just ran into overtime: The entree of Donald Trump into the fracas. Trump, the owner of the Miss USA pageant, announced that Carrie Prejean could keep her…
Jim Carrey starrer "I Love You Phillip Morris" has been acquired for domestic distribution.
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.