U.K. pubcaster Channel 4 is moving forward with a trilogy of films revolving around the hunt for the notorious Yorkshire Ripper serial killer.
German sales agent Media Luna Ent. has taken worldwide rights outside Spain on "Rescat" (Rescue), a Catalan-language action thriller penned and helmed by Santiago Lapeira.
The British Academy of Film & TV Arts is celebrating Arab cinema by showcasing the works of filmmakers from the region with its annual global weekender.
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Swedish film "Involuntary" took the top prize at the Brussels European Film Festival, which closed Sunday. Pic was selected from among 14 first and second features in competition.
The first part of John Woo's epic "Red Cliff" will go out in South Korea via Korean distributor (and investor) Showbox in slightly truncated form: While the rest of the region will get the Woo cut of…
The arduous task of bringing Asia's biggest-ever pic, "Red Cliff," to the bigscreen has been a battle worthy of the violent and chaotic time in which the movie is set.
Despite the WGA strike, earnings for writers rose 4% to a record $943 million in the fiscal year ended March 31, reflecting accelerated work on feature scripts.
Underlining Will Smith's worldwide appeal, Sony's "Hancock" ruled a robust international box office with a launch weekend of $78.3 million at 5,444 playdates in 50 markets.
Mandarin Entertainment, the mini-conglom responsible for Donnie Yen starrer "Dragon Tiger Gate," has called for a funding lifeline of up to HK$153 million ($19.6 million).
The Lincoln Center Festival will offer "Dominique Delouche: Ballet Cineaste," a new series of screenings highlighting the French filmmaker's career, July 23-27 at the Walter Reade Theater.
The Intl. Film Festival of Zambia is calling for entries for its second edition, to run in the capital, Lusaka, Sept. 5-13.