A wonderfully subtle black comedy on the Japanese family and cross-generational misunderstandings, "High School Girl's Friend" is limited in its audience by being made on DV for local TV. It is…
Sweden's Digital House, Europe's first digital cinema circuit, will bow helmer Peter Schildt's debut "Suxxess" on Oct. 11 simultaneously with the general release by Egmont Columbia TriStar Films.
Roberto Benigni's retelling of classic fairy tale "Pinocchio" will open Oct. 11 in Italy on a record 860 screens, almost 30% of the country's 3,000 screens.
More than 150 leaders from the Dutch film industry issued strong pleas for continuity in the controversial Dutch tax break scheme on Sunday.
Martin Scorsese spoke with New Yorker film critic David Denby on Saturday as part of the magazine's film festival, but the director kept his remarks about Miramax's forthcoming "The Gangs of New…
Robert De Niro is in negotiations to topline Lions Gate's thriller "Godsend," directed by Nick Hamm.
First-time feature director Eric Eason won the Open Palm Award for his low-budget feature "Manito" at Thursday's 12th Annual Gotham Awards, hosted by Rosie Perez and John Turturro in a glitzy…
Mel Gibson, Matt Damon and Jackie Chan were B.O. heroes over the weekend as "Signs" continued to dominate Japan, Mexico and parts of Europe, "The Bourne Identity" enthralled auds in Australia and…
Longtime Film Society of New York exec director Joanne Koch will retire in June 2003, handing over the reins to Claudia Bonn, org's director of administration and development.
MGM plans to suit up and hit the football field, acquiring Jim Burnstein and Garrett Schiff's comedy spec "A Quarterback's Tale" for Marc Platt ("Legally Blonde") to produce.