Ambush marketers, beware: Sundance has got serious this year. "Ambush" marketers are the brand-name companies that set up storefronts in the prime real estate of Park City's downtown. They target the…
As the final part of "The Lord of the Rings" bowed in the capital Wellington, another trilogy based on a literary classic is shooting in New Zealand.
The chiefs of the Gotham-based studio specialty divisions will get a chance to go head-to-head with the MPAA this week in the ongoing screener ban battle, but how many of them will actually show up…
Swedish helmer Ingmar Bergman has refused to give permission for a theatrical release of his telepic "Saraband," which bowed Monday in primetime on Swedish pubcaster SVT1.
Miramax is set to join 20th Century Fox in mulling distribution and production in India.
The U.K. post-production business was worth more than £1.39 billion ($2.36 billion) in 2002, up 4% over the previous year, according to a report published by the U.K. Film Council.
A Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded Morgan Creek Prods. $1.9 million Nov. 17 in its lawsuit against Franchise Pictures.
Daffy, overly-ambitious Czech caper comedy displays an appealing, surreal stoner wit but is hamstrung by escalating absurdities and a certain smug distance. Third feature from David Ondricek pokes…
Tokyo's small but energetic second film fest, the Tokyo Filmex, presented its top nod, the Kodak Vision Award, worth $9,200 to the Chinese competition entry "Incense," helmed by 26-year-old Ning Hao…
"This is the first year when I feel we have films from a real post-9/11 world," fest director Geoffrey Gilmore noted of the lineup of the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. "Just as we did after the 1950s…
Two of this year's most acclaimed directorial debuts from Europe -- German Michael Shorr's "Schultze Gets the Blues" and Russian Andrei Zvyagintsev's Venice Golden Lion winner "The Return" -- shared…