Vet actor Norma Aleandro has signed on for the lead in helmer-scribe Eduardo Mignogna's "Cleopatra," a road movie about two women escaping the drudgery of marriage and job, a la "Thelma & Louise."
Ground was broken last week for a highly subsidized Vancouver Intl. Film Center to house the city's growing film festival and to provide multimedia exhibition space, a 170-seat theater and editing…
Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" has become the highest-grossing documentary ever in the U.K.
U.K. cinema admissions rose 13% to 175.9 million in 2002, with B.O. up 17% to £755 million ($1.21 billion).
The Berlin Film Festival has revealed the lineup of documentaries within its arthouse section Panorama, including pics by former Berlinale participants Oliver Stone, Alex Law and Andreas Dresen.