The Independent Film Channel has commissioned "In Search of Ted Demme," a tribute to the late indie director of features including "Blow," "Beautiful Girls" and "The Ref."
Ask an exhib attending the ShowEast trade show for a critique of the recent summer's box office, and the response is likely to be, "It was OK -- but how about those holiday movies coming up!"
A machine gun-toting mariachi and a sultry vampire help propel the September box office to an all-time high of $577 million, 7% above the same frame last year.
Vet helmer-producer Claude Berri was named prexy of the troubled French Cinematheque archive and museum Tuesday, surprising Gallic industryites.
What "Microcosmos" did for creepy crawlies, "Deep Blue" now does for ocean dwellers. An offshoot of David Attenborough's much-admired BBC docu series "The Blue Planet," this majestic film has all the…
Drawing inspiration from his own experiences, Paris-trained, Burkina Faso-born writer-director S. Pierre Yameogo explores the complexities of cultural differences with an appealingly light touch…
Belgian director Alain Berliner, in international eclipse since his debut feature, "Ma Vie en Rose" (1997), comes up with a solid slice of tube fare in his adaptation of "The House by the Canal," a…
Burkinabe hyphenate Idrissa Ouedraogo continues a career-long exploration of African tradition with the revenge drama "Anger of the Gods." Concerning the generational machinations of a power-hungry…
14 helmers (all under 30) took their cameras out on the road to film the April 2003 "Dignity March" to Madrid by ex-workers of a subsidiary of Telefonica, Spain's state-run telco. Result is a human…
With the decision Tuesday by Sweden's Oscar committee to submit Mikael Hafstrom's "Evil" as its official candidate, all five Nordic countries have now entered the race for the foreign-language film…
Danish production house NWR, which is owned by director Nicolas Winding Refn and producer Henrik Danstrup, has been declared bankrupt, with debts exceeding $2.2 million.