Confirming its status as a breakout title at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Carlos Sorin's "Bombon -- El Perro" from Argentina has struck licensing deals with distributors in major territories.
Rhino Films has teamed with Mother Jones magazine and Alligator Planet to create Rhino Animated Features, which is designed to produce a series of "agit-docs" for theatrical release.
Croatian director Vinko Bresan's tale about the horror of war, "Witnesses," took the E5,000 ($6,200) prize at Holland's sixth Film by the Sea, which closed Sunday after a 10-day run.
A colorblind Bosnian trucker and a pregnant Belgrade back-up singer find love on the run during Yugoslavia's 1991 civil strife in the face-paced road movie "Red Coloured Gray Truck." Quirky…
Cinemagoers all over France turned out for a free screening Friday night of Claude Lelouch's latest pic, "The Parisians," paid for out of the vet helmer's own pocket.
Cody Cluff, former head of the Entertainment Industry Development Corp., has been sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $80,000 for embezzling public funds.
The fifth annual Woodstock Film Festival, to be held in Woodstock, N.Y., Oct. 13-17, will include a screening of David O. Russell's antiwar doc "Soldier's Pay" and a ceremony to honor "Vanity Fair"…
Sony's webslinger conquered Italy over the weekend while Fox's robots invaded Japan, seizing the top spot without being devastating.
With time running out on Congress' 2004 legislative calendar, technology companies and public-interest groups are desperately fighting any motion on the sweeping antipiracy bill known as the Induce…