One week before Spain's general elections, director Vicente Aranda ("Mad Love," "Carmen") was considering exile. He feared reprisals for having shot a short in the anti-government docu "Hay Motivo"…
Lions Gate was slapped with an NC-17 rating recently for the French horror film "High Tension," which it will release in August.
The Kantana Group is drawing on U.S. talent for "Khuan Kluay," an animated feature which it hopes will be the first from Thailand to be released simultaneously throughout Asia.
Last month, Universal greenlit "Serenity," a feature based on Joss Whedon's TV show "Firefly," which Fox canceled in 2002 after airing only 11 episodes.
While South Korea is swept up in the success of twin blockbusters "Silmido" and "Taegukgi," some observers are sounding an alarm about the lack of diversity on the nation's screens.
The U.K. film industry was quick -- perhaps too quick -- to welcome the government's proposal for a 20% rebate on the production cost of British movies, to replace Section 48 tax relief when it…
New arthouse cinemas are rising at an historical monument in Puerto Rico.
London Eye: It's a conundrum right up there with the chicken and the egg. Which came first: "Millions" the movie, directed by Danny Boyle from a script by Frank Cottrell Boyce; or "Millions" the…
The docu is called "Fahrenheit 911" and the title tells all: You can expect a lot of heat.
Weary industryites are skeptical about the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival's plans to stage a film market during its Oct. 23 to 31 run in an already crowded season.
French filmmakers and Gallic crix are always at each others' throats, and in a scathing March 18 article, it was the turn of the daily Liberation to have a go at Luc Besson -- for allegedly cronyism.