Norwegian production house Nordisk Film & TV has appointed producer Aage Aaberge head of its feature film department to up production.
Warner Bros. is tapping U.K. investors for a fund to pay the P&A costs of releasing up to 10 movies in selected territories, starting with "Analyze That," "Kangaroo Jack" and "Two Weeks Notice."
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival competish will accept U.S. films that have competed at the Sundance Film Festival next year after FIAPF, an international producers body that supervises the standards…
North American heavyweights are pulling out of Frames, India's annual industry confab, due to the looming war with Iraq.
Revolution Pictures began principal photography in Prague on Monday for Sony's John Hurt-Selma Blair starrer "Hell Boy."
Bavaria's state film subsidy board FFF Bayern has slated 8 million euros ($8.7 million) for 32 media projects, including $4.9 million to produce and distribute theatrical pics
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are producing the film version of “Guys and Dolls” but are not exec producing. Info in Monday’s paper was incorrect. * * * Scott McKinsey won the DGA daytime serials award…
Danish films consolidated their position in the local market with eight titles in the top 20 in 2002, scoring a 27% share of the admissions, according to statistics published Wednesday by the Danish…
Following the death of her husband, Shapira Films founder David Shapira, Dahlia Shapira has taken over the operation of Israel's Shapira Films.
A new era looms in the Australian film industry as Brian Rosen, new chief exec of the Film Finance Corp., has vowed to build stronger ties with filmmakers and industry bodies.
To please their dying adoptive father, three Belgian brothers of glaringly different ethnicities head for Spain to heist a statue of the Virgin Mary in "No Big Deal." A prime candidate for most…