IFP/New York has nominated five pics for the 2002 Open Palm Award for directing debut, to be presented Sept. 26 at the Gotham Awards.
In his first feature, scribe-helmer Matthias Keilich looks at Koreans living in Germany in "Neither Fish nor Fowl." Pic traces the personal journey of Korean-born, German-raised orphan (Ill-Young…
Peter Garner takes the helm of United Intl. Pictures' New Zealand outpost Aug. 1, succeeding industry vet Tim Ord.
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Patrick Bensard will replace American director, Peter Scarlet at Gallic film org the Cinematheque Francaise. Scarlet, who was San Francisco film fest topper for 18 years, was officially ousted…
Pierre Lescure, ousted co-founder of Gallic paybox Canal Plus, will be the next jury prexy of the Deauville Film Festival, execs confirmed Tuesday.
A Jameson Short Film Award was awarded to Jorge Cramez for "Venus Velvet" at the Festival Internacional de Curtas Metragens in Vila do Conde, Portugal, July 7.
Madonna will appear in a cameo role in the new James Bond film, "Die Another Day."
It's finally official: Channel 4 has confirmed its plan to shut down FilmFour Ltd, its film production and distribution company.
Austria has upped film funding by $2 million USD to $10 million USD following the first government hearing on the industry in five years.
A game programmer and a former champion swimmer play computer footsie in "Who Are You?", a youth version of will-they/won't-they chatroom romancer "The Contact," which was a major hit in South Korea…