Following a run in Rio, the outdoor film and music event Telefonica OpenAir is moving to Sao Paulo, where it opens Thursday and runs through Nov. 26.
Anyone wanting a vivid sense of where Iran is coming from and where it might be going should check out "Salam Iran, a Persian Letter." A tantalizing primer in the form of a personal diary, pic is…
Actors who can't act, musicians who can't play, and storylines that go absolutely nowhere -- all par for the course in the no-budget world of Jon Moritsugu. His "Scumrock" looks at punkers who are…
"Red Dragon" electrified cinemas in Europe and Latin America last weekend while "XXX" zoomed toward $100 million, "The Ring" put some zing into Japan's wickets and "The Tuxedo" wowed South Korea.
Jeffrey Nachmanoff is the co-writer of “The Day After Tomorrow.” Information in the Oct. 21 issue was incomplete.
Jersey Films has added some heft to its production division, hiring Ron Wechsler as VP of production and promoting Sindy Lin to creative executive.
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The British Columbian government says it is considering a new film and animation tax credit that will make B.C. even more competitive.
The Milan film mart began to see sales made Monday as Focus Features pulled off the now relatively unusual feat of licensing a major package of films to Germany.
Miramax Films is reshuffling its London office, with Allon Reich exiting as head of film and Colin Vaines relocating back to the U.K. as exec VP, European production and development.
Bitter-sweet Czech village yarn "Wild Bees," already a hit in its home country, buzzed off with the top prize at Germany's 12th Cottbus Film Festival (Oct. 30-Nov. 3).