"Kill Shakespeare," an ambitious multimedia mash-up including a feature film, has won the Telefilm Canada Pitch This! contest, held Tuesday at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Robert Redford will be at next month's Mipcom sales mart in Cannes to celebrate the first anniversary of the Sundance Channel in Europe.
Despite being a charity event benefiting four-legged friends, there were definitely more stiletto-wearing two legs in attendance at the 10th annual Celebrity Catwalk than their canine-feline…
By GORDON COX Magnet Releasing is chowing down on “Chawz,” a Korean monster movie about a rampaging giant pig. The genre division of Magnolia Pictures swallowed North American rights to the gory…
One cloud over the future of Czech film incentives has lifted with an announcement by the new administration that it plans to keep them rolling out next year to the tune of $18.4 million.
A crew of 10 top Hollywood scribes, including Stuart Beattie ("Pirates of the Caribbean"), Katherine Fugate ("Valentine's Day"), David Hayter ("X-Men"), will participate in an inspirational trip…
"The Blacks," an unrelentingly dark depiction of the corrosive power of fear and hatred, is Croatia's entry for the foreign-language Oscar.
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival is revamping its German Cinema showcase, which is presented at the European Film Market.
German helmer Oliver Hirschbiegel ("Downfall") is set to direct "The Dark Side of the Moon," a thriller based on the bestselling novel by Swiss scribe Martin Suter, from a screenplay by David Marconi…
U.K. hybrid pubcaster Channel 4 has poached BBC1 controller Jay Hunt for the new post of chief creative officer. She will also join the web's board.
The chairman of the BBC Trust, Michael Lyons, is to stand down when his contract expires next May.