While plaintiffs keep losing lawsuits over "Borat," Sacha Baron Cohen is apparently finding fresh targets in his new guise as Bruno, the gay Austrian journalist.
I only met Richard Widmark once, and briefly, a third of a century ago, but I'm not going to forget him.
Prolific French candid camera producer Novavision has inked a multi-year deal with KWHY-TV, the second Los Angeles channel of NBC-U's Spanish-language web Telemundo.
Chris Rock made a brief — and fitfully combative — appearance at the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping trial Friday morning.
Joshua Dugdale's access-all-areas observational portrait doc, "The Unwinking Gaze: The Inside Story of the Dalai Lama's Struggle for Tibet," will get a U.K. theatrical release on the upmarket indie…
Swiss distrib Ascot Elite has picked up a slew of titles for its 2008/09 slates, including assassin thriller "The Tournament," and English gangster drama "Rise of the Footsoldier."
Another weekend offering no new Hollywood juggernaut presents local openers like "Son of Rambow" in Blighty and "Amore, bugie, e calcetto" (Love, Lies and Foosball) in Italy with the opportunity of…
Wim Wenders is hitting the road with a new name for Wenders Images, his Berlin-based shingle — Neue Road Movies, in honor of the director's now defunct original production company.
An Estonian film banned at home has scored the main prize at Prague's most popular film gala, Febiofest. The award may help the pic, "Magnus," to be released at home.
Targeting a sizeable ex-pat and Portuguese-language market in France, Brazilian TV giant TV Globo has inked with French IPTV operator Neuf Cegetel for carriage of TV Globo Intl., its premier overseas…
Frank Langella is in final negotiations to join helmer Andrew Jarecki's mystery drama "All Good Things." Lensing begins this month in Gotham and Connecticut.