Participant Prods. has acquired all U.S. rights to the documentary "Arna's Children" and partnered with ThinkFilm on the release of the film Friday in New York.
BUSAN, Korea -- The European Film Promotion and Europa Cinemas have brought 77 pics, shorts and documentaries to the Pusan Intl. Film Festival -- as well as a little candy for local distribs.
An amiable if overextended comedy that plays a Woody Allen-like riff on the psychology of a failed romance, Juan Tarauto's "It's Not You, It's Me" manages to put just enough new spin on its tired…
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A potentially fascinating and complex theme is not given the treatment it deserves in Eterio Ortega Santillana's "Pursued," a study of the lives of two men in Spain's Basque Country who are under…
A young woman waits in a Moroccan seaside village to clandestinely immigrate to Europe in "Tarfaya," a languorously paced atmosphere piece less tuned to social concerns than cinematic ones. Packing a…
The 71st Mifed film market kicked off Tuesday with an air of gloomy demise wafting through the Fiera di Milano's almost deserted hallways, as sellers in half the usual number of stands remained…
Paramount Pictures has set director John Singleton and is negotiating with Mark Wahlberg to star in revenge tale "Four Brothers." Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing the pic, slated for a January…
A sequel to "Basic Instinct 2" is moving closer to getting a greenlight. The follow-up to the 1992 hit thriller that made Sharon Stone a household name has secured financing from German film fund…
Guy Ritchie has reloaded "Revolver." Ray Liotta and Jason Statham are on board to star in the action drama, which Ritchie abandoned a year ago in favor of directing a studio film at Columbia…
India's Oscar entry, Marathi-lingo "Shwas" (Breath), is looking for corporate sponsorship to fund its Oscar campaign, despite the fact the Academy doesn't favor campaigning.
The Shoot Out 24-Hour Filmmaking Festival, a hit in Oz and New Zealand, will make its U.S. debut in Boulder, Colo., Oct. 22.