Sandy Howard, who produced classic Western "A Man Called Horse" and more than 70 other films, died Friday in Woodland Hills, Calif. of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 81.
Poland's greatest living director, Andrzej Wajda, does not like to dwell too much on his own feelings, but his latest -- and arguably most personal -- film, "Katyn," clearly took an emotional toll…
Local filmmakers, stoked with gov't coin, are giving the people what they want.
Poland remains the largest Eastern European cinema market and continues to develop rapidly.
In 2006, when HBO was approaching its 10th anniversary in Poland, the company decided to expand its reach and get into local documentary production.
The buzz bin: Polish titles head to Cannes market.
A new network of Polish regional film funds that launched in January is already beginning to have an impact on production in the country.
Woody Allen's homage to Catalonia, "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," might not seem an obvious dead ringer for Spanish chiller "The Orphanage."
Mexican helmer Patricia Riggen, whose feature debut "La ultima luna" (Under the same moon) ignited a bidding war at Sundance, will helm romantic dramedy "Sister in Law" for Mandalay Entertainment.
The run-up to Spain's general elections in March was full of talk about the "two Spains" -- on one side the progressives, on the other the conservatives, and ne'er the twain shall meet.
In the second of an occasional series, Variety delivers four case studies illustrating trends in Spanish film finance.