Director Mira Nair ("Vanity Fair," "Monsoon Wedding") will serve as guest director for the 2004 Los Angeles Film Festival.
After six years in the post, David Pratt, L.A.-based commissioner of Oz film industry body AusFilm, is not renewing his contract. He will depart in July.
A surge of Easter-weekend business for "The Passion of the Christ" will pump life into a busy box office frame catering to every demographic segment. Weekend will have five wide openers, including…
Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group has promoted Brigham Taylor to senior VP of production.
Danish director Stefan Fjeldmark's animated "Terkel in Trouble" -- Denmark's first CGI feature -- took in 64,000 admissions for Nordisk Film from 71 prints in its opening weekend.
In 2003 cinema admissions in Denmark exceeded 12 million for the third year, according to statistics from the Danish Film Institute
Swedish director Tomas Alfredson's "Four Shades of Brown" -- a feature starring the Killing Gang, Sweden's Monty Python equivalent -- won the new Critics' Award at Copenhagen's 15th Night Film…
Richard Stursberg, chief of government-backed film funder Telefilm Canada, has responded to local criticism of its controversial deal with Creative Artists Agency, insisting it will not mean more…
Sytze van der Laan, head of Studio Hamburg Production, and Bertram Schwarz, chief of Studio Hamburg Atelierbetiebs, which oversees studio ops, have been promoted to co-CEOs of the Studio Hamburg…
Despite its spotlight on Francophone product, the jury for the 19th Paris Film Festival bestowed two prestigious kudos on foreign pics at Tuesday night's closing ceremony.
Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution has signed a three-year exclusive agreement with Scandinavia's Modern Times Group, through broadcast arm Viasat, for a range of movies and TV series.