The eighth Los Angeles Latino Intl. Film Festival opens July 16 with Gabriella Tagliavini's romantic comedy "Ladies' Night," the Mexican blockbuster produced by Disney Latino label Miravista.
Eric Douglas, youngest son of actor Kirk Douglas and half-brother of actor-producer Michael Douglas, was found dead Tuesday July 6 in a Manhattan apartment building. He was 46.
The Hollywood Film Festival will team with the Intl. Documentary Assn. to present screenings and docu-related events at the Oct. 12-18 fest at the ArcLight Theaters.
Indian media production company United Television hit the jackpot with its maiden distribution venture.
Czech film of the post-communist era will be the focus of this year's Festival of East European Cinema in Cottbus, Germany, Nov. 2-6.
Pan-European film funding body Eurimages has allocated $5.6 million to 12 co-productions including pics by Gallic helmers Cedric Kahn, Patrice Chereau and Christian Carion.
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T-Mobile subscribers can now add Camelot to their calling plans. Wireless service provider is partnering with Disney in a promotional partnership for "King Arthur," which opens Wednesday.
Duncan Kenworthy, best known as the producing partner of Richard Curtis, has been elected chairman of the British Academy of Film & Television Arts.
Wim Wenders is mulling moving production company Reverse Angle out of Hamburg, after the city-state's decision to halve its annual $8.4 million public film subsidies.