StudioCanal has snapped up France, Benelux and U.K. rights to Jordan Scott's 1930s British boarding school set drama "Cracks," which toplines Eva Green as a beloved teacher whose soaring popularity…
Tim Roth and Abigail Breslin have been added to the list of Hollywood stars expected to attend Italy's Giffoni Film Festival dedicated to kiddie pics, along with Meg Ryan and a host of top Italo…
Eastern European distribution group A Company and Senator Ent. are expanding into video-on-demand by partnering with Hungarian VOD platform Filmklik.hu on joint ventures in Germany and throughout…
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Luc Roeg's London-based film production and sales agency Independent is launching a digital distribution division.
Jan-Pelgrom de Haas has been named managing director of Kinowelt, replacing Bertil le Claire, who ankled his post in May. De Haas begins immediately and reports directly to Olivier Courson, CEO of…
Chinese drama "Ocean Flame" has been set as the opening film of Summer IFF, the commercially oriented spin-off from the Hong Kong Intl. Film Fest.
As of Monday, the year was at the halfway mark, so in theory, the 2008 awards race is half over. Not a chance. The past six months have offered fewer potential contenders than any January-June period…
The third installment of Disney and Walden Media's "Chronicles of Narnia" franchise is sailing from New Zealand to Mexico.
The Visiting Nurse Service of New York doesn't sound like a film-related org, but the group is backing the Living History Project: Independent Short Film Contest.
Variety executive editor for features Steven Gaydos will be honored with a special award at the 43rd Karlovy Vary Film Festival.
With the town remaining unsettled over a potential strike, the stalemate between SAG and the major studios will stay in place until next week.