Famke Janssen, currently onscreen in 20th Century Fox's "X2," will be honored at Cinema Expo 2003 as international star of the year, organizers said Monday.
There was a yawning gap between each territory's top title and everything else last weekend, pointing to an unhealthy reliance on tentpoles and the underperformance of some U.S. films abroad.
The battle between the Australian film industry and the U.S. over a free trade agreement has shifted to the digital front.
Peter Mullan's "The Magdalene Sisters" walked off with top honors at the sixth annual Newport Film Festival.
Columbia Films Producciones Espanolas will begin shooting "Tam-Tam," its first local production in Madrid, on Aug. 4.
The Sydney Film Festival has abandoned plans to screen "Ken Park" after being refused an exemption from the pic's ban.
Two helmers who each won cash prizes at August's Montreal World Film Festival are still waiting for their money.
Martin Bachmann has been named managing director of German-based Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl., replacing Juergen Schau, who will remain head of Sony Pictures Releasing's German production…
Smart cops-and-mobbers thriller strikes just the right balance of suspense and comedy as the combatants' personal lives keep getting in the way of their life-and-death jobs. Sexy lead Yael Hadar, as…
Joe Lieberman's historic 2000 run for the White House works as a vehicle to examine the relationship between the U.S. and its Jews. Lack of focus on political philosophy makes "Only in America" safe…
Gothic horror and erotic farce face a shotgun wedding in "Preservation," an oddball Aussie pic which is part of a spurt of government funded hour-long features. Starring local thesp Jacqueline…