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Genocide in Rwanda in 1994 will be the subject of a feature film, "The Rwanda Mandate," conceived and written by Zimbabwean director Ingrid Sinclair ("Flame, Riches").
Recognizing that China desperately needs the West to help revive its flagging film industry, Beijing officials have foreshadowed moves to further liberalize its tightly controlled market.
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Former StudioCanal sales chief Pierre Weisbein has been appointed to the post of exec VP of international sales and distribution for Senator Intl.
Stephen Frears' arresting look at the plight of illegal immigrants in London, "Dirty Pretty Things," was the big winner at the 30th Evening Standard British Film Awards Feb. 2 at the Savoy hotel.
The biz has undergone its inevitable post-holiday cooldown, after the boffo B.O. season fueled by the "Harry Potter," "Lord of the Rings" and James Bond juggernauts, but exhibs aren't complaining.
While Mosaic and the Firm are betting big on diversification, one successful young management company is taking a more traditional approach: Benderspink.
Just like film companies in Europe, Japanese production and distribution companies fret over the constant weakness of their films at the domestic box office, the declining number of local films and…
"Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" premed Jan. 12 at a sparkling new multiplex on the Nile built by five film industry partners. They constructed the Galaxy for $3.5 million, says Gaby Khoury…
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's… Victor Webster? Brett Ratner and Warner Bros. Pictures still haven't selected their "Superman." But one the top contenders is the 30-year-old Webster, a little-known…
Oscar organizers, take note: Spain's 17th annual Goya Awards, held Feb. 1, set out to celebrate Spanish film, but ended up an antiwar rally that deepened the divide between Spain's film industry and…