Paramount Pictures has acquired director Nigel Cole's "We Want Sex" for the U.K., Australia and New Zealand.
The world preem of Samuel Maoz's "Lebanon" in Venice ends an almost three-decade trauma for the director.
Nicolas Winding Refn is bringing East and West together with "Only God Forgives."
New Locarno Film Festival artistic director Olivier Pere slims down the lineup as he looks to revamp the Swiss event.
Isabella Rossellini and Alba Rohrwacher are attached to star in "The Solitude of Prime Numbers."
After years of suffering under the weight of saccharine laffers targeted at family auds, Egyptian filmmakers are once again gaining critical attention and international exposure.
Iranian cinema is back on the Lido and its filmmakers are not pulling any punches in the aftermath of the country's political turmoil.
It's been a boffo summer for China's booming box office, with total revenues of $253 million, up 67% over last year.
A Taiwanese film festival looks set to ruffle feathers in mainland China after organizers said they would screen a controversial documentary about Rebiya Kadeer.
China's biggest online gamer, Nasdaq-listed Shanda Interactive Entertainment, plans to sell up to $800 million in American depositary receipts.
Arab filmmakers are finding themselves caught in the middle of the furor over the Toronto Film Festival's decision to program a sidebar dedicated to the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.