The 61st Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival will hold retrospectives of the work of iconic French actress Jeanne Moreau and American filmmaker Shirley Clarke.
Japanese distrib Movie Eye is one of more than a dozen companies to pick up rights in 40 territories to Arclight Films' British thriller "The Bank Job."
Egyptian shingle Misr Intl. Films has tapped a new source of coin by inking a three-picture deal with Saudi paybox ART.
Diablo Cody, who penned Fox Searchlight's "Juno," took the WGA's original screenplay award while Ethan and Joel Coen won adapted screenplay for Miramax's "No Country for Old Men."
Pakistani filmmaker Maheen Zia won the Talent Campus' Berlin Today Award on Sunday for her short "Match Factor," about an Iraqi man who finds himself the key suspect in a manhunt led by the German…
Russia's international political face is not reflected in a Russo-German co-production treaty nearing finalization, industry chiefs from the two countries said Sunday.
China's decision to block the shoot of the Weinstein Co.'s "Shanghai" has left some talking of a backlash within the country against foreign influence and wondering about damage to the Chinese…
Gaga and Usen chief Tom Yoda has set out a more welcoming, multicultural vision for the Tokyo film festival, which he now chairs.
Colombia's Fehrmann Prods. and Rogelio Chacon Sixaola and Jose Garin's World Wide Media, both in Spain, have inked to produce "La hora de los traidores," the next film by top Colombian director…
Barack Obama defeated two former presidents in the 50th annual Grammy Awards' pre-telecast ceremony Sunday at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the venue adjacent to Staples Center where the main…
"It's nice to know that the music I worked so hard on is being listened to. My family was great. Everywhere we would go, they were like, 'This is Emily, a Grammy-nominated artist.' Now I'm ready to…