In June, Seoul Art Institute film department professor Kang Han-sup was named chairman of the Korean Film Council (Kofic), with a term that runs three years.
As if Guillermo del Toro weren't busy enough, the director has inked a publishing deal with HarperCollins imprint William Morrow to pen a trilogy of vampire thrillers with Chuck Hogan.
Italy, China, Hong Kong, the Palestinian territories, Iceland, Colombia, Venezuela and the Czech Republic have unveiled their films for consideration in the Oscars' foreign-language category ahead of…
The Chinese are coming to the Pusan Intl. Film Festival in numbers never seen before, riding a wave of confidence inspired by the growing muscle of its domestic industry and Olympic-fueled optimism.
Big, enthusiastic audiences and a market full of eager buyers with bulging wallets has made the Pusan Intl. Film Festival a vital stop on the European Film Promotion agenda each year -- which is why…
Top Canuck film and TV thesps rallied Wednesday in Toronto to condemn the government's C$45 million ($43.4 million) arts funding cuts and to urge political party leaders to make culture a hot topic…
Fernando Meirelles' thriller "Blindness," the opener at Cannes earlier this year, performs a similar duty at the 27th edition of the Vancouver Film Festival on Thursday. Event bookends its 16-day run…
The Czech Film and Television Academy has chosen "Karamazovs" to represent the Czech Republic in the race for the foreign-language Oscar.
Argentina will host a major new international film market in Buenos Aires in November 2009, as part of a drive to ramp up exports of Argentine and Latin American films.
"Cloverfield" director Matt Reeves will write and direct the vampire tale "Let the Right One In" for Overture Films and Hammer Films.
Christopher Nolan, Charles Roven and Emma Thomas will be honored as "Hollywood Producers of the Year" for their work on "The Dark Knight" at the 12th Annual Hollywood Film Festival.
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