For one night at least, it seemed like the Toronto Intl. Film Festival was actually an all-Canadian event.
Not many people would cite "Glory Daze," the 1996 Gen-X drama starring Ben Affleck and Alyssa Milano, as offering life-altering inspiration. But Joe Escalante does.
Chinese authorities have approved at least seven U.S. films and one Gallic import for release on the mainland over the next five months -- an unprecedented number of pics in such a short time span…
Russian producer Rauf Atamalibekov has come a long way in a decade. Ten years ago, as the local industry was just emerging from the collapse of the Soviet Union, he started a sound recording service…
Ster Century is among Czech cinema operators betting "Pearl Harbor" will ride the coattails of local smash "Dark Blue World," nabbing the U.S. pic to open its newest multiplex in Brno. The…
For a couple of high-profile Hollywood pics, plotlines may now be too horribly close to the reality of Tuesday's tragic events.
Dogme 95 was officially christened at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival when Martin Scorsese awarded the jury prize to Thomas Vinterberg's "The Celebration," also known as Dogme No. 1.
As Danish director Lone Scherfig walked down the streets of Telluride during the closing days of the city's annual film fest Labor Day weekend, festgoers rolled down their car windows and cheered…
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival ground to a halt Tuesday as attendees huddled in horror and amazement around large TV screens in hotel lobbies, watching the terrible events unfold in the U.S.
The Hollywood majors have succeeded in transforming the Polish summer from a theatrical dead zone into a boffo box office season.
Italian arthouse distrib Mikado has acquired the Italian rights to Jill Sprecher's drama "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing," and the restored version of Peter Fonda's 1971 western, "The Hired…