In the first of a 10-movie deal, Raintree Pictures has announced its $1.5 million feature-length animation "Sing to the Dawn" at the Asia Media Festival.
Zeitgeist Films has picked up North American rights to Pearl Gluck's doc feature "Divan."
A proliferation of movie screens failed to fire up Italian admissions in 2003, tallying 74,376,190 tickets sold between January and November, a slight drop compared with the same frame last year.
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While "The Lord of the Rings" has put New Zealand on the map, industryites wonder what the local biz will do now that the trilogy has wrapped.
British producers will be given a bigger financial stake in the success of their lottery-funded movies under new guidelines from the U.K. Film Council.
Film production in the Czech Republic is winding down for the approaching holidays. After logging the country's most productive year by far, Prague, the main focus of production, seems positively…
This smart comedy addresses modern gender relations through the coming-of-age of a man obsessed with his mother. French-Canadian pic makes salient observations on the sexes and could score as an…
Fellow Canadians Robert Lantos and Norman Jewison shared the stage in Toronto Monday, when their first collaboration, "The Statement," made its Canuck premiere.
The first of December's Oscar hopefuls that each year fall like cherry blossoms along the award path premiered Monday and Tuesday when Warner's launched "The Last Samurai" on both coasts.
Paramount Pictures has tapped Hope Davis to topline opposite Nicolas Cage in the Chicago-based drama "The Weather Man." Davis received an Independent Spirit Award supporting actress nomination…
Jordan Melamed will adapt and helm "Twelve," the much-hyped novel by teenage scribe Nick McDonell, for Radar Pictures.