Israel Adrian Caetano's "Cronica de una fuga" (Chronicle of an Escape) took the top prize Monday at the Argentine Assn. of Film Journalists' awards for 2006.
The RomeFilmFest is going for Gallic flair, opening with Alain Corneau's gangster pic remake "Le deuxieme souffle" ("Second Breath"), for which stars Monica Bellucci and Daniel Auteuil are expected…
The Korean Film Council's first overseas branch, located on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, is now open for business. Kofic USA is headed by Sun-young Moon and will be primarily engaged with…
Ambitious new Hong Kong production shingle, Big Media has struck output and co-production deals with Mei Ah Entertainment, a related entertainment conglom with distribution, video and TV interests.
Production of South Korean horror film "G.P. 506" has been suspended with 70% of shooting complete as the filmmakers search for a new production company.
In what's looking to be a bountiful box office transformation, DreamWorks and Paramount's "Transformers" made an estimated 8.8 million in its early debut Monday evening on 3,050 screens, beginning…
United Artists' WWII drama "Valkyrie" is getting plenty of support from locals in Germany despite the ongoing battle over filming permits. In the pic, directed by Bryan Singer and written by…
The Odeon cinema chain has pulled an advert screened as part of an appeal to find missing 4-year-old girl Madeleine McCann after a flurry of protests from angry parents.
Spike Lee engaged the Italian press with some anti-Hollywood ranting as he unveiled his WWII project about the plight of black American soldiers fighting the German army in Tuscany.
European auds' seemingly insatiable appetite for summer tentpoles continued this weekend as "Shrek the Third," "Live Free or Die Hard" and "Transformers" all hit paydirt in their respective openings…
The race for Norway's Amanda Awards is wide open, with Joachim Trier's "Reprise," Erich Richter Strand's "Sons" and Stefan Faldbakken's "Uro" running neck and neck.