Despite worldwide shock waves still radiating from the terrorist attacks in the U.S., two of the Mideast's best-known film festivals intend to take place this month as planned.
The year after the collapse of the USSR, 1992, was an optimistic time to launch a festival devoted to the cinema of the newly independent countries that had emerged, often precariously, from the…
In Swedish pic "Together," one character asserts it's better to eat "porridge together than pork cutlet alone."
"Nynke," a historical drama about children's writer Nynke van Hichtum, who worked at a time when politics were radical but women were very much tied to hearth and home, took home Golden Calf awards…
Worried U.S. majors will send a delegation to China this month to gauge government intentions amid rumors the distribution of foreign films is not to be opened up as widely as expected.
Changes to the Canuck income tax act recently proposed by the federal government could result in a yearly loss of as much as C$1 billion ($633.5 million) in private investment by Canadians in U.S…
In a strategic move to build up its production and development ranks, Fireworks Pictures, the U.S. production, financing and international sales subsidiary of CanWest, has hired exec Pliny Porter as…
Heather Graham, Colin Firth and Mary Steenburgen are poised to star in "New Cardiff," and Helena Bonham Carter is in early talks to round out the quartet for the romantic comedy to be directed by…
Several weeks into the fall movie season, a pic released back in mid-August is the most consistently strong grosser: Dimension Films' "The Others."
Michael De Luca is poised to make his first hire as production prexy for DreamWorks Pictures an old friend: Claire Rudnick Polstein.
Gotham-based producer Mary Prlain has optioned the film rights to Rosemary Mahoney's memoir, "A Likely Story," which details Mahoney's tumultuous summer with playwright Lillian Hellman.