"Hotel Rwanda" and "Innocent Voices" will share the Producers Guild of America's 2005 Stanley Kramer Award, recognizing work that highlights social issues.
"Shrek 3" is moving from fall 2006 to May 2007 as pics continued to be reshuffled in the wake of Disney and Pixar's decision to delay "Cars" to June 2006.
The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures will present special awards to auteur Milos Forman and composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek at its annual gala, to be held Jan. 11 in Gotham.
The 35th Intl. Film Festival of India, held in Goa, ends today with a screening of "Alexander." The 11-day event was a success with auds, who particularly enjoyed the screenings on the beach and the…
German helmer Nina Grosse will head the eight-member jury that awards the Dialogue en Perspective prize in the Berlin Film Festival's Perspektive Deutsches Kino sidebar.
German state Hamburg has trimmed its film subsidy budget by 20%. A 50% reduction, proposed in June, had provoked protests from local filmmakers, pubcasters and Studio Hamburg.
Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam has selected 47 projects, including John Sayles' "Honeydripper," British director Nicolas Roeg's "Puffball" and Chinese helmer Jia Zhangke's "Still Life," for the 22nd…
As motion capture animation gains steam at a theater near you, Micott & Bazara, the Japanese creators of the upcoming toon import "Appleseed," has pacted with nascent Axis Entertainment to co-produce…
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies have acquired screen rights to "The Anybodies," the bestselling children's book series written by N.E. Bode (the pen name of Julianna Baggott) and…
Pan-European film funder Eurimages in its December session earmarked E3.5 million ($4.7 million) to support international co-productions. The largest amount, $800,000, went to John Malkovich starrer…
Pixar and Disney are moving the release date of "Cars" from 2005 to June 9, 2006, while both Disney's "Chicken Little" and Sony's "The Legend of Zorro" are shifting to the open Nov. 4 space "Cars" is…