In an effort to diversify its repertoire beyond big-budget films, Argentina's Pol-ka Producciones has signed a deal to co-produce new movie projects from Argentine independent helmer Pablo Trapero.
The craze for Indian film has hit South Africa where exhib Ster-Kinekor will launch the first Bollywood Film Festival on Sept. 20.
Buoyed by the decision of many U.S. and international vendors to skip October's London screenings, Milan's Mifed film and television market will make its 69th bow Nov. 3-7 with a record number of…
The government-sponsored 33rd Intl. Film Festival of India will have a new look when it unspools Oct. 1.
Exhib Cinemark is holding a Mexican Film Day on Sept. 12 to promote the national industry.
Robin O'Donoghue has been appointed head of post-production at Shepperton Studios.
Hong Kong cinemas are slashing ticket prices by as much as 50% on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to lure in auds after the worst July at the box office in 10 years.
In a decision that stunned the entertainment community Tuesday, Lorenzo di Bonaventura stepped down as Warner Bros. exec VP of worldwide motion pictures to become an indie producer for the studio.
Billy Wilder's six Oscar statuettes, as well as his Irving G. Thalberg Award, were returned to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Tuesday by his widow, Audrey. Writer-helmer died in March…
Reese Witherspoon will receive $15 million from MGM to reprise her role as a bubbly blonde sorority girl turned legal eagle in "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde."
David Mamet has inked a seven-figure deal with Warner Bros. to script a film about gangster John Dillinger, and the studio is negotiating with "Boys Don't Cry" director Kimberly Peirce to helm.