The European Film Academy will honor Sean Connery with a lifetime achievement kudo at its awards in Berlin Dec. 3.
As a large chunk of the world's pic biz descends on Toronto this week, there will be quite a few locally-based industryites in the mix. Meet four to keep an eye out for.
A rundown of the films buyers say they'll be taking a close look at in Toronto.
Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley, the docu helming duo behind former Toronto fest entry "Horns and Halos," have teamed with producer-helmer Dave Beilinson and Jeff Sanders to launch Rumur Releasing…
Canuck cinema used to be a simple beast. With only slight exaggeration, one could safely say that English-Canadian movies were focused on (usually angst-ridden) Anglo Canadians while Franco Canadian…
Colorful kung-fu specialist Bey Logan has been hired as the Weinstein Co.'s new rep in Asia. As VP of acquisitions and co-productions, he will oversee the company's Asian acquisitions activities and…
1976 Launch of Festival of Festivals, a public, noncompetitive event for commercial and arthouse fare. Screens 127 films. 1977 Debut of “Outrageous!” creates a buzz that ultimately shapes its…
The decision to split up UIP was mutual, so both Universal and Paramount are happy. Now all they have to do is figure out the details. And the details are headache-inducing: how to crank up an…
As a festival, Toronto has a reputation, like Berlin, for being one of the most meticulously organized events on the circuit. Screenings run on time, prints don't get lost and talent shows up pretty…
In a move that has left helmer Atom Egoyan "outraged," the MPAA has denied ThinkFilm's appeal of the NC-17 rating the org applied to upcoming suspenser "Where the Truth Lies."
As studios and indie producers continue to choose the Toronto International Film Festival as the main platform from which to launch kudo hopefuls into award season, the strategy's only becoming more…
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