The director of a film savaging Mexico's ruling party has accused state-funded co-producers Imcine of sabotaging its release.
Paramount Classics has acquired U.S. rights to "Sunshine" and has slated the pic for a late-spring or early-summer release.
Local films increased their share of the box office in France for the first quarter of 1999, but overall audience figures were down, the French Centre National de Cinematographie reported Tuesday.
The Directors Guild of America and the East and West branches of the Writers Guild of America have pacted with the General Society of Authors & Editors of Spain, in a deal that will pump…
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer was feted at the Beverly Hilton Monday night for his contributions to the development of the homevideo business over the past two decades.
Two high-profile international co-productions lead the way in the race for the Genie Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Academy Awards, with Hungarian helmer Istvan Szabo's "Sunshine" garnering 14…
Seventh Art Releasing has picked up North American rights to Israel's Oscar submission, "Yana's Friends," from director Arik Kaplun.
Demonstrations and stalled talks at the World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle last week seemed to embolden European filmmakers and government officials at the 12th annual European Film Awards…
Kirsten Dunst and James Caan have committed to topline indie producer Emilio Ferrari's latest pic "Luckytown."
Trimark Pictures has signed a five-picture deal with No Limit Films, production company owned and run by Master P, the recording artist, producer and rap label chieftain.
One of Japan's most controversial directors, Nagisa Oshim,a ended a 13-year helming absence when his new movie about homosexual liaisons that almost destroy a band of samurai had its world bow Monday.