A political satire in nine episodes, each targeting one of Norway's parties, "Most People Live in China" demands a thorough knowledge of the country's political landscape to fully appreciate the…
The National Film and Television School has appointed Michael Kuhn as chairman of its board of governors, with Peter Bazalgette as his deputy.
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival will introduce an educational platform for up-and-coming talent during the 53rd event in February.
The suspension of Intertainer's U.S. video-on-demand service hasn't had any impact on Intertainer Asia, which is enjoying a growth spurt.
Exhib AMC Entertainment posted a wider-than-expected fiscal second-quarter loss Tuesday, blaming "weak film product."
With its stunning B&W widescreen imagery and captivating story, Nils Malmros' "Facing the Truth" turns the director's own quest to deal with family issues into something much broader. Pic restages…
Displaying considerable chutzpah merely in choosing to remake as elegant and inimitable an entertainment as "Charade," Jonathan Demme uses the occasion to create his own French New Wave movie in "The…
Harry Potter can learn a lesson or two in misdirection from the folks at Warner Bros. The studio's efforts to protect its nascent film franchise have sent author J.K. Rowling and her literary agents…
Paramount Pictures is banking on John Woo to direct "Paycheck." The helmer is in negotiations to direct the futuristic tale of a man who can't remember what he has done for the past two years.
After scoring the weekend's top film with "The Ring," screenwriter Ehren Kruger has scared up a two-picture deal at Universal that is worth seven figures.