Financially troubled film group Advanced Medien has reported first-quarter losses of 3 million euros ($2.58 million) compared to a profit of around $60,000 in the same period last year.
Union reps at Gaumont, unhappy with the company's recent merger with Pathe to create exhib giant EuroPalaces, called for a national strike to be held Sunday, the first day of France's Fete du Cinema.
Notching up another success after the national David di Donatello film awards in April and the Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or in May, Nanni Moretti's "The Son's Room" was named best film at the 56th…
Blum Israel Prods. has optioned "The Experiment," the second novel from New York Times culture editor John Darnton, in a deal that could reach seven figures if the film is made.
"How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog," written and directed by Michael Kalesniko, won the Avignon Film Festival's competition devoted to American films June 27.
Germany's Dresdner Bank is partnering with U.K. film group Metrodome, Munich production outfit Europool and Milan-based media investment company Convergenza to launch a European film fund worth 100…
Trend spotters at last week's Hong Kong Intl. Film & TV Market (Filmart) didn't have to look hard.
Cowboy Booking Intl. has lassoed North American rights to George Butler's docu "The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition," to be released this fall.
One of Spain's hottest young directors, Alex de la Iglesia ("Perdita Durango"), has set up his own production banner, Panico Films.
FX will present a featurette on the making of the DVD version of "Die Hard" when it runs a special edition of the movie Wednesday. Both already ran Sunday.
The Independent Feature Project has added a one-time nod -- the Independent Vision Award -- to this year's Gotham Awards program to honor Bill Nisselson, the late chief operating officer and studio…
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