The Brussels Intl. Film Festival has fleshed out its program for its 2001 edition, to be held Jan. 18-27.
France has nine remaining Imax screens and will soon open a 10th in Paris Disney Village. A story Monday about the closing of one venue, the Imax Dome in Paris, understated the number of screens in…
Swedish film group Sandrew Metronome is returning to Scandinavian pic production after a four-year break to set its merger with Norwegian media conglom Schibsted rolling.
‘Tiger’ roared at the 4th annual Toronto Film Critics Association awards, winning 5 awards. Pic was named best picture, actor and supporting actress, and runner up for director and actress. The…
A new distribution banner will be flying in Italy starting in September thanks to a pact between RAI Cinema, the Italian pubcaster's film division, and StudioCanal, the aggressively expanding…
Franchise Pictures is seeking to sever its ties with German film group Intertainment in a lawsuit expected today in L.A. County Superior Court. Tension between the two has been building. On Tuesday…
Clyde Phillips is setting up shop at Studios USA with script commitments from Fox and CBS. Phillips had already sold the scripts before deciding to hook up with Studios USA, where -- under its…
German media group Fame Film & Music Entertainment is opening up shop in London in January. Company's 100%-owned subsid Fame U.K. will focus on English-lingo, internationally targeted productions…
A disagreement between Europe and the U.S. over movie royalties on Wednesday derailed a global treaty to protect actors' rights. After two weeks of talks in Geneva involving 120 countries, the U.N.'s…
Film distribution in Canada could come under government scrutiny, due to a probe into the practices of Canuck's two largest exhibs, Famous Players and Cineplex Odeon.