Docs continued to heat up this year's Toronto festival, with brisk sales and rising prices pegged to recent B.O. successes.
Any tax break that can pry Woody Allen out of New York, pay for Al Pacino to play Shylock and marry Fernando Meirelles with John Le Carre is evidently a potent weapon.
Amid a blitz of media coverage and mostly positive reviews, "The Downfall," directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel and written and produced by Constantin topper Bernd Eichinger, has become the most…
South Africa's first Zulu language feature, "Yesterday," is the country's choice for consideration in Oscar's foreign language category.
China's film marketers are beginning to catch on to Western tactics of embedded marketing and promo ops. Just prior to its premiere at the Toronto Film Fest, ad agencies, their clients and press were…
The public may remember the 52nd San Sebastian Film Fest as the year Woody Allen returned to his old form with "Melinda and Melinda."
It's not a new dawn, but the deals announced last week by Spain's dominant pay TV operator Sogecable with the country's main artpic distribbers are a chink of light for the cash-strapped sector.
Has Miramax turned over a new leaf?
An unprecedented slate of movies with World War II-based stories or present-day warlike scenarios is being readied for release next year, the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat. They coincide with a…
"Friday Night Lights" is the "Black Hawk Down" of high school football movies. As exclusively as Ridley Scott's picture was about combat, this film concerns football and nothing but. Pic will have to…