Sundance Institute and NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.) have named 12 finalists for the 2004 Sundance/NHK Intl. Filmmakers Awards.
Helmer-scribe Konrad Niewolski's prison drama "Symetria" (Symmetry) is the only Polish film at Mifed.
The Chicago Latino Film Festival is accepting entries for its 20th edition, set for April 16-28 in Chicago. Fest accepts features, shorts, animation, docs and experimental films.
Miami-Dade College is taking over the operation of the Miami Intl. Film Festival. The 21st annual film fest will unspool Jan. 30-Feb. 8.
John Quaintance has been tapped to rewrite the feature adaptation of Alice Hoffman's novel "Aquamarine" for Fox 2000.
India's premier industry training academy, the 40-year-old Films & Television Institute of India (FTII), will hold its first Wisdom Tree Festival Thursday-Sunday in the western Indian city of Pune.
Timed for the start of the ski season, the third Whistler film festival and filmmaking forum runs Dec. 4-7 at the mountain resort near Vancouver.
Danish major Nordisk Film will open an L.A. office on Jan. 1 to be closer to its American partners.
The new Danish-Swedish Oresund Film Commission has appointed Danish producer Ulrik Bolt Jorgensen -- formerly production chief at Angel Films -- and Swedish producer Natasha Banke as its first…
Swedish director Lena Koppel's first feature, "Bombay Dreams," which will partly shoot in India, is included in a package of features that the Swedish Film Institute has greenlit for state support.
Monday is usually a sleepy day for exhibs, but Cinemark's plexes were packed Nov. 3 as auds took advantage of cut-price tickets for the Cinemark Brazil Screening.