Slamdance has partnered with Xeolux Entertainment to present "Slam Fi," a sci-fi screenplay competition open to short scripts and stories and feature scripts.
On Monday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will screen "A Man for All Seasons," marking the halfway point of its marathon of best picture winners.
The Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled an eclectic slate of international titles hailing from locales that range from Afghanistan to the Lower Manhattan neighborhood itself in the three feature…
International post-production network Condor is investing $3.6 million in a new facility in Cape Town, opening in July. Condor Cape Town is a joint venture between Condor Europe, which operates in…
The Ministry of Culture wants to up exhibition quotas for local pics by the middle of the year.
Movielink has cut its first content deal with a studio other than the five majors backing its online movie-download service, adding films licensed from Artisan Entertainment.
Danish media group Egmont posted a $42 million profit before tax for 2002, up $37.7 million from 2001, a result which CEO Steffen Kragh described as "satisfactory."
First bigscreen pairing between singer/comedienne Sammi Cheng and perma-tan hunk Louis Koo makes for sprightly entertainment in romantic comedy "Love for All Seasons," third Chinese New Year hit in a…
U.S. distribs in Egypt are bracing for an anti-American backlash to Hollywood films as the war in Iraq continues.
The Icelandic Film Center, which replaced the Icelandic Film Fund, has appointed Laufey Gudjonsdottir managing director.
Although appreciably less broad and overbearing than its 1999 theatrical predecessor, "Inspector Gadget 2" is a made-for-video product pitched primarily at moppets and pre-teens with short attention…