Six-time Oscar nominee William A. Fraker has been tapped to receive the Camerimage lifetime achievement award at the 11th annual Intl. Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography.
The Motion Picture Academy has announced a record 6,045 entries for its Don and Gee Nicholls Fellowships in Screenwriting.
This weekend, one of Hollywood's great summer parlor games will culminate with the release of Universal's "The Hulk." One point is indisputable: The pic has enough critical mass to be a serious…
John Malkovich is set to star in "Colour Me Kubrick," the first film to come out of Studio Hamburg's new L.A.-based English-language film production arm, Studio Hamburg Intl. Production (Ship).
Swedish helmer-scribe Anders Nilsson's "Third Wave" was one of five Nordic co-productions awarded subsidies this week by the Finnish Film Foundation.
Bollywood thesp Kabir Bedi will topline a sequel to the swashbuckler "Sandokan -- The Malaysian Tiger," which catapulted him to stardom 30 years ago.
The Scandinavian film business and digital cinema will be among this year's hot topics at the Babelsberg Intl. Conference on Film and Television Production Aug. 25-27.
Morgan Freeman, receiving career achievement honors, Stephen Frears and John Hurt are among the guests expected at the 38th Karlovy Vary film fest, which opens complete-with-fireworks on July 4.
Beeban Kidron is finally set to direct "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason," the sequel to "Bridget Jones's Diary," for Working Title Films.
The 38th Karlovy Vary Film Festival (July 4-12) is due to unveil a Euro-heavy competition line-up today as programmer Eva Zaoralova continues to build on the Czech event's heart-of-Europe identity.