The Intl. Documentary Assn. has tabbed "Gulag" and "Swedish Tango" as the feature winners at its Distinguished Achievement Awards for this year.
Cinema chain UCI announced Thursday that it was pulling out of a completed multiplex project for the second time this year.
Audiences around the world dined out on healthy helpings of horror, family adventure and coarse comedy last weekend -- mostly U.S.-branded but with a smattering of homegrown fare.
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Christian Darren has sold "Wipeout," a spec set in the surfing world, to the Canton Co. in a mid- to high-six-figure deal. Matthew McConaughey is in talks to star and produce.
Kinowelt USA, the U.S. film production arm of Munich-based Kinowelt Medien, has entered into a two-year, first-look deal with Robert Rehme Prods. "I'm very excited about being in business with…
German thesp Katja Riemann makes a confident English-language bow in "Desire," a mostly unremarkable drama that changes from strange love story into routine psycho-thriller in its third act…
Bill Mechanic has been named president of the international jury for the 2001 edition of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival, which will run Feb. 7-18. Mechanic, who is currently establishing a motion…
The rich truly are different from you and me, as "The Man Who Bought Mustique" bears out. Thank God: After taking in this docu about erstwhile jet-set kingpin Colin Tennant, viewers might find…
Trimark has a new home -- in Canada. Vancouver-based Lions Gate Entertainment on Friday formally closed on its acquisition of the Los Angeles film company. The $50 million-plus combination was a…
A mute Thai hit man seeks redemption through a pretty shop assistant in "Bangkok Dangerous," a super-slick guns 'n' roses actioner that tries for a fresh spin on generic material. Enjoyable in an…
A former assistant to fellow Portuguese directors Pedro Costa and Paulo Rocha, Claudia Tomaz creates a penetrating mood of lingering melancholy in her low-budget feature bow "Nights." Shot with…