Organizers of the 67th edition of the Mifed, the Milan-based international film market, said the registration tally to date has reached 457 films, including 266 market premieres.
Eleven-year 20th Century Fox vet Scott Neeson has landed the plum job of president of the studio's international theatrical distribution arm, replacing Jim Gianopulos who was elevated to co-chairman…
"Loners," the soph effort of Czech helmer David Ondircek, and its star Jiri Machacek won over Polish viewers at the 16th Warsaw International Film Festival last week.
U.K. film sales company the Sales Co. has named Jane Wright as its acting chief exec, replacing Alison Thompson.
Antonio More, director general of Rome's Cinecitta Studios since 1989, has stepped down from his position, to be replaced by Lamberto Mancini.
The International Documentary Assn. has tapped the Film Foundation and founder Martin Scorsese as winners of its Preservation and Scholarship Award. The honor will be presented Oct. 27 at the org's…
Epsilon, the joint venture company between Germany's Kirch Group and Italy's Mediaset, has inked a deal in which it can exercise the right to take European territories on titles from Franchise…
A greenlight is imminent for Paramount Pictures' "Orange County," the new script from "Chuck and Buck" scribe and thesp Mike White. Pic is being produced by Par-based Scott Rudin Prods. and would…
His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, will present the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film to Steven Spielberg at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in…
Scribe Gary Tieche ("Speaking of Sex") has inked a deal with Tom Shadyac's Universal-based Shady Acres Entertainment to adapt Bill Fitzhugh's book "Cross Dressing."
Ireland's oldest film event is now Europe's most potentially lucrative showplace for the makers of short films. The 45-year-old Murphy's Cork Film Festival (running Oct. 15-22) has significantly…