The MPAA's Jack Valenti called groups disgruntled over the screener ban Tuesday to say discussions are ongoing, but that the screener policy remains unchanged at this time.
Exhibiting a preference for style over content, "Three Point Six" is awash in neo-noir atmospherics like enigmatic femme fatales, convoluted betrayals and sudden eruptions of violence. It tells a…
Despite some in-jokey "Wizard of Oz" references, "Dancing on the Moon" stays in the home that there's no place like: Kansas, where its young Native American protagonists begin and complete a…
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"Billabong Odyssey" tracks some of the world's top surfers on the first half of a three-year global quest funded by titular sports apparel manufacturer -- making at least one sequel a foregone…
Startup Spanish distrib Producciones Goya Films has made its first acquisitions for Spain, clinching rights on three films at Mifed.
Jeremy Irons will replace Ian McKellen in Michael Radford's bigscreen adaptation of "The Merchant of Venice" because shooting delays have caused conflicts with McKellen's schedule.
Bavaria Film Intl. continued to book strong sales for German hit "The Miracle of Bern," which the company said had received "an extraordinary international reception" at Mifed in Milan.
BVI Switzerland's first local release, Army comedy "Achtung, fertig, Charlie!" (Ready, Steady, Charlie), has become the second-most successful local film in the country's history, behind 1979…
Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 1" kicks off Sweden's Stockholm Intl. Film Festival on Thursday.
Mexico's often contentious film industry has unified in protest against a government proposal to close the country's three most important film bodies.
Myriad Pictures has sold "The River King," starring Ed Burns, to Momentum Pictures in the U.K. and Canada, and to Filmax for distribution in Spain.