The Sundance Channel has picked up U.S. pay TV rights to "Margarita Happy Hour," helmer Ilya Chaiken's debut feature. The film will bow Jan. 4 as part of the channel's monthlong series "Inside…
Cheil Jedang Entertainment, one of Korea's largest film distributors, has struck a deal with Tube Entertainment, one of the country's top production houses, to fund four Tube pics in exchange for…
After the Sept. 11 attacks, the Hollywood film biz is in a funk, but many in the Canadian industry believe the trauma may actually boost filming in the Great White North.
The European Film Academy will adopt new voting procedures for its 2002 awards, which should prevent the inconsistency of this year's nominations being repeated.
Battered by more than three years of recession, Argentina's film industry is turning to advertising to revive dwindling attendance.
Cinemark Intl., one of the healthier U.S. exhibs, Tuesday posted a 30% increase in third-quarter profit on higher box office and concession sales.
Perched on the 11th floor of Picasso Tower, Madrid's highest high-rise, Sogecable's Produce Plus topper Macarena Rey is running one of the largest TV production and distribution pushes in Spanish…
Andreas Veiel's "Black Box BRD" has won the European Film documentary prize of 2001. Award will be presented at the European Film Awards on Dec. 1 in Berlin.
Peter Fonda has pulled out of his appearance at the London Film Festival on the advice of his doctor.
U.S. fare notched 500 million ticket sales across Europe in 2000, while Euro films managed only 60 million outside their own territories, according to figures released Tuesday at the European Film…
Actor-director Nanni Moretti's "The Son's Room," an emotional drama about a family coming to terms with the death of a teenage son, has been chosen as Italy's submission in the foreign-language film…
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