Timed for the start of the ski season, the third Whistler film festival and filmmaking forum runs Dec. 4-7 at the mountain resort near Vancouver.
Danish major Nordisk Film will open an L.A. office on Jan. 1 to be closer to its American partners.
The new Danish-Swedish Oresund Film Commission has appointed Danish producer Ulrik Bolt Jorgensen -- formerly production chief at Angel Films -- and Swedish producer Natasha Banke as its first…
Swedish director Lena Koppel's first feature, "Bombay Dreams," which will partly shoot in India, is included in a package of features that the Swedish Film Institute has greenlit for state support.
Monday is usually a sleepy day for exhibs, but Cinemark's plexes were packed Nov. 3 as auds took advantage of cut-price tickets for the Cinemark Brazil Screening.
Charles Rivkin, a 15-year veteran of the Jim Henson Co., has ankled as CEO of the family entertainment company.
New Line Cinema will team with Neiman Marcus on the department store's first pic-themed storefront window display.
The MPAA's Jack Valenti called groups disgruntled over the screener ban Tuesday to say discussions are ongoing, but that the screener policy remains unchanged at this time.
Startup Spanish distrib Producciones Goya Films has made its first acquisitions for Spain, clinching rights on three films at Mifed.
Jeremy Irons will replace Ian McKellen in Michael Radford's bigscreen adaptation of "The Merchant of Venice" because shooting delays have caused conflicts with McKellen's schedule.
Bavaria Film Intl. continued to book strong sales for German hit "The Miracle of Bern," which the company said had received "an extraordinary international reception" at Mifed in Milan.