IFC Films has snapped up North American rights to David Mackenzie's romantic thriller "Perfect Sense," which preemed on Monday at the Eccles Theatre in Sundance.
Shigehiro Komaru, the chairman of pubcaster NHK's board of governors, resigned Tuesday to take responsibility for the widely criticized selection process for the web's new prexy.
Three European directors have been commissioned to participate in the Jeonju Digital Project 2011, the three-part digital omnibus pic commissioned by Korea's Jeonju Film Festival.
David O. Russell's boxing drama "The Fighter" will close the Rotterdam Film Festival on Feb. 5 after the previously announced closer, "The King's Speech," was pulled by its producers.
The BBC World Service is poised to announce the loss of up to 650 jobs, more that 25% of its work force of 2,000.
President Obama did what so many of his predecessors have done in his State of the Union speech: He grabbed hold of the "future" and ran with it. In what he said and how he said it, it was a speech…
With its leading tally of a dozen Academy Award nominations, "The King's Speech" will likely see the biggest Oscar bounce at the box office.
Winners of the inagural Sundance Institute/Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award include projects from Israel, Malaysia, Mexico and Romania.
Carl Reiner will return as host for Saturday's Directors Guild of America Awards at the Century Plaza, marking the 23rd time Reiner will have hosted.
Major industry players have made good on their threat to boycott the Tokyo Anime Fair, which is due to unspool March 24-27.
Keith Olbermann is doing a running Twitter commentary of tonight's State of the Union address, offering sardonic nuggets like these: Word one of #SOTU at least 10 minutes away but full texts of Ryan…