President Obama has finished taping his appearance on tonight's "Late Show with David Letterman," and the AP reports that he's got an irreverent answer to the question of whether healthcare…
Helmer Sergio Rezende's "Salve geral" is Brazil's nominee for consideration in the foreign-language film Oscar race.
A Taiwanese city is resisting pressure by mainland authorities to stop it screening a biopic of the exiled Uighur Muslim leader Rebiya Kadeer, saying that it will not submit to censorship.
Barcelona-based shingle Zip Films will be a minority co-producer on Henning Carlsen's big-screen adaptation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez's short novel "Memoria de mis putas tristes" (Memories of My…
Jeremy Thomas, producer of films by Bernardo Bertolucci ("The Last Emperor"), David Cronenberg ("Crash") and Terry Gilliam ("The Man Who Killed Don Quixote"), will program a 10-pic British…
Spain's top arthouse/crossover distributor, has closed Spanish rights on four Toronto players.
Sony Pictures Classics bought North American rights to Aaron Schneider's debut film, "Get Low."
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said this morning that the FCC must be a "smart cop on the beat preserving a free and open Internet,"…
Tom DeLay's debut on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday marks a strange, surreal mix of politics and pop culture, but the stint may give the former House majority leader known as The Hammer a prized…
Members of the Writers Guild of America East have opted for incumbents in their election, which saw Michael Winship officially re-elected as president after running unopposed.
Backgammon as a metaphor for life's travails takes a central role in Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev's "The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner," one of five pics chosen to…