Jennifer Esposito has come aboard the 20th Century Fox remake of French lingo "Taxi," joining Queen Latifah and "SNL" anchor Jimmy Fallon.
The documentary -- long seen as the domain of old beatniks and carrot-juice-drinking liberals -- found a pair of unlikely champions at the Toronto Film Festival, with two works on the topic of global…
The first complete retrospective of works by Iranian helmer Abbas Kiarostami, including shorts and titles never seen outside Iran, as well as photographs, art installations and poems, unspools this…
Ettore Scola's "Gente di Roma" (People of Rome) will open the 20th Europa Cinema, which will host world preems of eight European productions.
Chinese expat helmer Li Yang took home the 10,000 euros ($11,300) prize at Holland's fifth Film by the Sea festival Saturday for his first feature, "Blind Shaft."
The Danish Film Institute has chipped in $5.8 million for six local features and two co-productions, including Susanne Bier's "Two Brothers," her follow-up to "Open Hearts," which was a bestseller…
"Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" continued to dominate the B.O. in a slew of territories last weekend, but the pressing problem for exhibs is that few other films are making…
Local features grabbed a record 32.6% of tickets during the first six months of 2003, according to the Danish Film Institute.
"The Lamb," a $20 million biblical epic, is scheduled to start shooting in South Africa in December, exec produced by former Paramount Pictures president Frank Yablans and directed by Regardt van den…
The Australian Film Commission argued that U.S. films dominate the Aussie B.O., grabbing 83.2% of the market last year, in its campaign to protect subsidies and quotas during U.S.-Australia free…
Set in Antwerp the week before "Black Sunday" (election day 2000), when right-wing extremists won a third of the vote, film centers on the romance between the son of a Flemish reactionary and the…