Five international directors' orgs have joined the DGA to create a code of practice to promote the "primary" role of the director in film and television.
The Intl. Animated Film Society of Hollywood has announced a call for entries for the 31st annual Annie Awards.
Lower Manhattan plays host again to aspiring filmmakers as the 25th IFP Market gets under way. Market -- the first and largest of its kind -- will run over the course of the week with a full sked of…
Ettore Scola's "Gente di Roma" (People of Rome) opened the 20th Europa Cinema as the first of eight world preems of European productions.
South Africa's continued popularity as a film production venue, despite the rand's substantial gains against the dollar, helped to lift Sasani's results for the year ended in June.
The skull-and-crossbones flew atop the overseas B.O. for the sixth consecutive weekend as "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" amassed an estimated $19 million in 43 markets…
BBC Worldwide and Germany's Greenlight Media are coming up from the oceans in "Blue Planet" and advancing on "Planet Earth" as the potential second theatrical doc in their co-production deal for five…
On the set of an American Midwestern town constructed on the lot of Copenhagen's Film City -- the largest set ever built in Denmark -- Danish director Thomas Vinterberg is ready to start principal…
After a television showrunning hiatus, scribes Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson have returned to the feature film arena, selling a spec script thriller about a 911 operator to Columbia.
Sogecable distribution house Sogepaq has acquired international rights to San Sebastian competish player "Te doy mis ojos" (Take My Eyes). The third feature by Spanish thesp-helmer Iciar Bollain…