Australia's Victoria state film body Cinemedia and its production arm Film Victoria are being investigated amid allegations of nepotism and credit card abuse by senior bureaucrats.
Miramax Films and Offline Releasing have partnered to distribute Gallic Oscar contender "The Taste of Others."
Let the summer jockeying begin. Universal has moved up the release date one week on its sequel to 1999's hit "The Mummy," slotting "The Mummy Returns" to open May 4. In doing so, U theoretically has…
The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival announced its roster of films for competition in its third annual film program. The lineup will include 20 features and 25 shorts, with an accent on indie and foreign…
Norwegian director Knut Erik Jensen's "Cool and Crazy" received the Nordic Film Prize at the 24th Gothenburg Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
Tim Robbins has signed on for a supporting role opposite Thandie Newton and Mark Wahlberg in romantic thriller "The Truth About Charlie" for director Jonathan Demme and Universal Pictures.
A melodramatic story and a refined filmmaking touch meet each other halfway in "The Sleepy Time Gal." Third feature by Christopher Munch feels like an attempt by a fastidious artist to nudge himself…
Flush with success of "Crouching Tiger" and a gravity-defying year of international sales, Good Machine is promoting key sales and acquisitions staffers.
Swedish director Roy Andersson's "Songs From the Second Floor," which won the Jury Grand Prix at Cannes in 2000, received the four top nods at the Golden Bugs ceremony, Sweden's equivalent to the…
Danish director Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, whose "Mifune" was a Silver Bear winner at the 1999 Berlin Film Fest, will begin filming his next feature, "Skagerak," later this year. Iben Hjejle ("Mifune,"…
Robert Macolino is ankling Village Cinemas after a year as general manager of the Australian loop, ending a 12-year career with parent Village Roadshow. He has decided to pursue his original passion…