BBC Films has joined forces with Germany's Kinowelt and Spain's Lolafilms in an alliance to develop and produce English-language movies.
Take that, New York dance mafia: New docu "Artists in Exile" convincingly argues that, given an East Coast critical/aesthetic bias, much innovative choreography elsewhere has been overlooked…
Four British films have made the field of 40 on the short list for the European Film Awards, to be presented by the European Film Academy on Dec. 2 in a ceremony at the Theatre National de Chaillot…
Dieter Kosslick, the future head of the Berlinale, has enraged film subsidy colleagues after issuing a wakeup call to what he referred to as a bunch of "conservative snorers afraid of changing."
Gaylord Entertainment has started production on a yet-to-be-titled Imax movie tracing the roots of country music for release next year.
Pathe Pictures, one of the U.K.'s three lottery franchises, has signed a first-look deal with Michele Camarda's Kismet Film Co.
Julia Roberts will present the American Cinematheque Award to Bruce Willis on Wednesday night at the 15th annual Moving Picture Ball.
Thomas Stenderup, managing director of production and development at the Danish Film Institute, will not renew his contract, which expires Jan. 1.
Miramax has paid mid-six figures against a purchase price close to seven figures for "The Brothers Bielski," a book proposal by Peter Duffy about three Jewish brothers who became heroes by hiding…
Globo Filmes, the film division of Brazilian media giant Globo, launched "O Auto da Compadecida" on Sept. 15. Columbia TriStar do Brasil is distributing the film locally.
IFP/West has tapped H.M. Coakley director of programming, and Julie La'Bassiere to the newly created post of film programmer.