Lawyers for Wesley Snipes on Wednesday filed a motion for a new trial in Florida on his conviction for tax evasion.
Christoph Schlingensief, the provocative German film, stage and opera director, died Aug. 21 in Berlin of lung cancer. He was 49.
Ken Mehlman's decision to come out publicly as gay was triggered, at least in part, by his behind-the-scenes role in supporting the federal Prop 8 trial. For some time now and with no publicity…
Argentina's Haddock Films is producing features with Viggo Mortensen and Aida Bortnik, building on its success with "The Secret in Their Eyes."
Japanese anime helmer Satoshi Kon, who directed "Millennium Actress" among other films died Aug. 24 in Tokyo of pancreatic cancer. He was 46.
GK Films is financing Angelina Jolie's feature directorial debut, an untitled love story set against the backdrop of the Bosnian war.
Roadside Attractions and Liddell Entertainment have acquired U.S. distribution rights to Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Spanish film and Javier Bardem starrer "Biutiful."
Sean Penn has posted a lengthy rebuttal to notions that his reservations about Wyclef Jean's prospective candidacy for president of Haiti were some sort of "celebrity feud." Rather, he writes, again…
Vet Spanish director Carlos Saura ("The Hunt," "Raise Ravens" "Flamenco") will be honored at this Portugal's budding Douro Film Harvest, where he will receive a Casta D'Ouro Special Guest award.
Europe's biggest entertainment company, RTL Group, on Wednesday posted its best-ever half-year result due to a stronger than expected rebound in Europe's TV ad markets and improved business in key…
Gaul's Utopia chain of arthouse cinemas will launch a scheme mid-September to sell feature documentaries at Euros 5 ($6.30) a pop to visitors with portable memory.