Danish distribution and production giant Nordisk Film has picked up rights to Danny Deprez-helmed "Science Fiction" worldwide outside of Benelux.
Posters, handbills, film stills and rare photographs documenting India's prolific Bollywood film industry were auctioned on Wednesday, with a silver gelatin fiber print of country's first feature…
Former Beatle George Harrison, who died in November 2001, will be honored with a posthumous lifetime achievement award at this year's British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday in London.
France's Centre National de la Cinematographie (CNC), which subsidizes Gallic cinema and TV production, is upping its 2003 budget 3.8% to x478.27 million ($467.17 million).
The choreographers behind "Lagaan," "Alias" and "That '70s Show" were among the winners at Sunday's eighth annual American Choreography Awards at L.A.'s Orpheum Theater.
Modesty is not quite a virtue in "Under One Roof," a San Francisco-set video feature so innocuous in its treatment of a budding gay romance that pic lands somewhere between the harmless and the…
A dedicated helmer is overwhelmed by the complexity of her fascinating subject in "American Magus," a hopelessly muddled portrait of fabled art collector, filmmaker, and myth explorer Harry Smith -…
"Under Another Sky" picks up narrative steam after a fairly shaky start, only to let it escape in the final reel. In between, pic focuses on the impossibility of normal life in today's Algeria, with…
Much of the horror makes it to the screen in garbled form in "28 Days Later," a faux-low-budget zombie pic by director Danny Boyle ("Trainspotting") and writer Alex Garland ("The Beach") that shows a…
The two biggest film players in the Spanish-speaking world unveiled a movie co-production alliance on Thursday in Mexico City.
Canadian filmer Guy Maddin and French director Jean-Claude Brisseau have been selected for the 32nd International Film Festival Rotterdam's "Filmmakers in Focus," an annual sidebar to Holland's…