Hamid Nematollah stakes out a new path for Iranian cinema in his debut film, "Boutique," in which the selfless deeds of a men's clothing store clerk result in nothing but trouble. Prestigious prize…
Polish helmer Agnieszka Holland will deliver the Variety Cinema Militans lecture at the 24th Netherlands Film Festival, which unspools Sept. 22 to Oct. 1 in Utrecht.
Denmark's Nordisk Film has picked up the rights to produce Danish fantasy writer Lene Kaarberbol's kids bestseller "The Shamer's Daughter."
Annette Bening/Jeremy Irons starrer "Being Julia" will open the 23rd Vancouver Film Festival on Sept. 23. Fest closes Oct. 2 with Cannes screenplay winner "Look at Me."
Marketing challenges don't come much tougher: Feelgood character dramedy is about the friendship between two disabled young men in wheelchairs, only one of whom can speak coherently. Surprise winner…
Italo "Best of Youth" helmer Marco Tullio Giordana will return behind camera to shoot "Quando Sei Nato Non Puoi Più Nasconderti" (Once You're Born You Just Can't Hide), "a coming-of-age drama steeped…
Hyde Park Entertainment will team with DreamWorks for the first time as co-financier of "Dreamer," with Hyde Park taking all international rights outside Japan.
The 20th edition of the Boston Film Festival will unspool Sept. 10-19 at Loews Boston Copley Place and Boston Common theaters.
Norwegian director Morten Tyldum's feature debut, "Buddy," took film and actor (Anders Baasmo Christensen) kudos at the Amandas, Norway's film awards. Prizes were handed out during a ceremony at the…
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival is hanging tough after receiving angry phone calls, emails and even an anonymous death threat directed to a programmer regarding a controversial film in the…
Hollywood should remain ready for more rockiness with writers. That's the indication, four months after the film-TV contract expired and three months after negotiations collapsed with the Writers…