After winning an Oscar for producing the animated short "Harvie Krumpet," Melanie Coombs is ready to tackle her first feature film.
The digital revolution has taken off in Brazil.
Is Lions Gate Films trying to open the "Blair Witch" floodgates on "Open Water"?
CGI animation is coming of age in Hong Kong, with several animated features in the pipeline.
Development hell is giving James Bond nightmares -- and the torment is largely self-inflicted.
Two feature films based on novels by the same author hit screens July 23 in South Korea. That's a rare feat for even the most popular writers.
If you're going to make a movie inspired by a classic 1960s puppets TV series, you'd better make damn sure the pic appeals not only to kids but to adults who fondly remember the show. That lesson…
London Eye: Ever since Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown made his cryptic announcement in March about introducing a new tax credit for film production, the finest minds in the British biz have…
First, Hollywood faced runaway shoots. Now it faces another problem: runaway directors. And it seems to be a peculiarly Latino phenomenon of late.
The prison horrors inflicted by King Hassan II in '70s Morocco receive uncompromising treatment in the explosive "Jawhara, Jail Girl," which has provoked intense debate since its March 2004 release…
Reasserting his status as the cinematic poet of nocturnal L.A., Michael Mann has elevated a story -- about a hit man forcing a taxi driver to take him on his appointed rounds -- into a mesmerizing…