Some festival screenings are notoriously hard to get into. But a spinoff of Spain's Huelva Ibero-American Film Fest is far more difficult to leave.
Serenity Cove Studios has teamed up with Britain's Spice Factory and Sydney-based Arclight Films to create an Australian film fund that will provide gap financing for local features and international…
Plenty of films wow 'em at festivals and test screenings only to languish without proper distribution.
The 36th Brasilia Film Festival unspooling in the nation's capital Nov. 19-24 will feature its first local film market aimed at international buyers.
Since 1964, when the Warren Commission Report was put out as a quickie mass-market paperback, publishers have specialized in instant books on topical events. But there have been few instant movies…
After bagging the two top prizes last year at the Intl. Documentary Festival Amsterdam, the U.S. this year moves once again into the spotlight at the 16th edition of the event with Andrew Jarecki's…
Bollywood new-wave director Amit Saxena, whose "Jism," with its erotic overtones, caught the imagination of audiences across South Asia this year, has relocated to Sri Lanka for an even more daring…
If the recently concluded Tokyo Intl. Film Fest is anything to go by, China plays a leading role in the plans and strategies of Japan's film and entertainment industry.
Talk to the typical movie producer and you hear the plaintive cry: Production funding is ever harder to come by. The majors are shaving spending. Co-financing from overseas is drying up.
"Master and Commander's" British naval Captain Jack Aubrey braved the high seas and fought the Napoleonic wars in a single ship. So you'd have thought his producers would have had similar brio.
Director Denys Arcand displayed just the right touch of passion, humility, and humor when speaking at the Variety Screening Series Q&A session Nov. 10 following "The Barbarian Invasions" showcase…