Sony's "Men in Black II" -- now unfurled in 91% of international territories -- dominated the weekend frame with a $21 million haul.
Boasting 54 premieres out of 63 feature films, the 16th Intl. Fantasy Filmfest rolls into the German capital Wednesday, Aug. 14, for the final leg of its tour.
The Best of Fest Award (a cash prize of $2,000) went to Jessica Sharzer's NYU student film "The Wormhole" while Alan Brown picked up the Future Filmmaker Award ($15,000) for "O Beautiful" as the…
A girl's grim journey into night as she tries to help the junkie she loves kick the habit makes for a bleakly stylish first feature by Hanna A. W. Slak, daughter of Slovenian helmer Franci Slak, who…
Tracing a girl's search for self-redemption after killing a boy, "The Cage" explores its heroine's existential struggle in almost wordless long takes of actress Caroline Ducey's face.
More focus is coming to Focus Features: The U-based specialty label has restructured its acquisitions arm, naming former Good Machine exec Amy Kaufman the group's top executive.
The Animation Guild has signed a deal with Spaff Animation for work on Disney's theatrical release "Jungle Book II" and the direct-to-video release of "Lion King 1-1/2."
Helmer Bille August, who has not made a film in Danish since the Golden Palm- and Oscar-winning "Pelle the Conqueror" in 1987, has signed with Denmark's Moonlight Filmproduction to write and direct…
Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise are expected to attend as "Minority Report" opens the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival Oct. 26.
After winning accolades as a director of short films, thesp Rachel Ward will make her feature directorial debut with teen angst drama "Martha's New Coat."
The Norwegian Intl. Film Festival, which will kick off Saturday, will host the world premieres of two Scandinavian features: Norwegian helmer Unni Straume's "Musik for Weddings and Funerals" and…