The British Film Institute plans to launch an eight-month festival of Indian and other South Asian films April 25, wrapping Dec. 24.
Actor-producer Akbar Khan is prepping the $10 million "Taj Mahal -- the Story of Eternal Love."
Pope John Paul II biopic "The Walls Came Tumbling Down" is due to scout Prague sites next week.
The two biggest cinema chains' plans to cut prices two days a week to combat the post-Chinese New Year slump have gone awry.
Following the extended stay of Martin Scorsese's period drama "Gangs of New York," Cinecitta Studios is maintaining the momentum of high-profile U.S. productions shooting on the historic Rome lot…
Sammi Cheng, the queen of local romantic comedies, has picked up three nominations for best actress at April's Hong Kong Film Awards, for "Wu Yen," "Love on a Diet" and "Fighting for Love."
There's no shortage of disaster stories in the history of film production, but none have been recorded with such frankness, immediacy and aching sense of disappointment as in "Lost in La Mancha,"…
"Velvet Hangover," made by Czech-born, Illinois-based FAMU grad Robert Buchar and David Smith, a Yank who made docus for Czech TV for several years, is a long-overdue doc on that dark period and the…
This Polish remake of "Quo Vadis" looks and plays very much like a '50s-style Hollywood epic. Bright, glossy, grandly scaled and dramatically stolid, 79-year-old writer-director Jerzy Kawalerowicz's…
Director David Lynch officially launches his subscription-only online site, davidlynch.com, today.
Comic Jeffrey Ross has been tapped to host the 54th annual Writers Guild Awards.