Gabriel Mann was replaced by James D’Arcy in “The Exorcist: The Beginning” because Mann was in production on another film and therefore not available for the reshoot. Information was unclear in the…
With the acquisition of 2.83% of DreamWorks for $100 million and the conclusion of an exclusive distribution agreement for Japan, Kadokawa Holdings has landed its biggest coup so far in an expansion…
Helmer Cathy Henkel's search for justice for her mother, a white woman who was the victim of a savage rape by a white man in Johannesburg that went unpunished for over a decade, risks being…
Controversial French novelist Michel Houellebecq has inked a deal with the Lagardere Group to publish his next novel, which he will adapt into a screenplay for a pic he will helm.
Disadvantaged young South Africans are being given an opportunity to pursue a career in the film and television industry through a joint initiative by pan-African satcaster MultiChoice Africa, the…
"Gate to Heaven," a German comedy about two immigrants who fall in love in Frankfurt, may not have been hit at home, but it's dazzling foreign buyers.
French director Jean-Jacques Annaud will receive the Charlemagne Media Award in the German city of Aachen on Monday.
The U.K. government has toughened up its co-production rules with four countries - France, Italy, Denmark and Iceland - deemed to have benefited excessively from British film tax breaks in the past…
The Danish Film Studio, purchased by the government in 1972, is set to be privatized, it was announced Tuesday.
The Cannes fest is introducing a new sidebar for classic pics. Cannes Classics will present the world premiere of Michelangelo Antonioni's short "Michelangelo's Eye" plus a restored version of the…
Three Sundance pics will lead the charge of U.S. fare in the Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors Fortnight, whose lineup will be announced today by new artistic director Olivier Pere.
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