"Rabbit-Proof Fence" marked Phillip Noyce's first Australian film in 12 years. Chances are there'll be a much shorter wait for his next Oz pic.
The Buenos Aires Film Fest, an important venue for local productions, will unspool April 18-28 even though the country's economic problems have drained its budget.
Feisty foreign preems by "Panic Room" plus handy contributions from four European films and a Japanese import helped snap the B.O. out of its pre-summer lethargy in some markets last week, although…
A low-budget movie about a 7-year-old city boy who must live with his 77-year-old deaf and mute grandmother in a remote country town is taking Korea by storm, overtaking both "E.T. The…
The mythical Canadian monster in a film being shot in New Zealand was renamed after local Maoris warned a Canuck Indian tribe that the story might be disrespectful to the tribe's legends.
Films churned out by Peter Chan's Applause Pictures have one common thread: the pooling of Asian talent.
With restoring Lower Manhattan as its rallying cry, the Tribeca Film Festival has practically everyone in the Gotham film community clamoring to play a role in the fest's inaugural outing.
The Gallic film community may soon breath a collective sigh of relief as directors and producers guild L'ARP recently convinced all of France's presidential candidates to sign a cultural exception…
Directing and producing are two distinct and complicated tasks, and rare is the talent who's capable of doing both at a high level.
Hollywood may not expect a summer of Jurassic proportions from U Pictures this year. But don't count them out either.
If ever there was an audience capable of cracking the cryptic conversations between Navajo Marines in MGM's John Woo pic "Windtalkers," it's the spooks of the U.S. intelligence community.