Moscow's arthouse film festival, 2Morrow, which has run in the city's 35MM Cinema for the past three years, is to relaunch after a makeover.
Russia is one of the world's worst markets for arthouse cinema, research by one of the country's top niche film distributors shows.
The new-look Brussels European Film Festival has added a professional program, drawing together local pro associations, the European Union institutions and international collaborators.
Mike Leigh, Jane Campion and John Madden have signed up to lead masterclasses for the newly established screenwriters' initiative The Story Works at this year's Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival.
France's Herold and Family is advancing on production of "Cendrillon 3D" (Cinderella 3D), which is likely to be one of France's first stereoscopic 3D toonpic releases.
A slew of European producers, writers, funders and filmmakers, including "March of the Penguin's" Ilann Girard, have jumped on board Power to the Pixel's cross-media course The Pixel Lab.
"Despicable Me" producer Chris Meledandri is being honored at this year's Cinema Expo International.
A coalition of U.S. and Japanese manga publishers are joining together to battle online piracy of their material.
AMC's upcoming comicbook adaptation "The Walking Dead" is set to air outside the U.S. and Canada on Fox Intl. Channels outlets.
As the candidates to succeed California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger launched their campaigns in earnest on Wednesday, it is becoming ever clearer what Hollywood's stake will be in the rough-and-tumble…
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