The European Film Academy has announced nominations in four categories for the 1999 European Film Awards, including actor and actress.
French director Michel Deville's screen adaptation of "La Maladie de Sachs" (Sachs' Disease), a bestselling novel about a country doctor's uphill battle to maintain an even keel while helping his…
The American Cinematheque will hold the West Coast preem of "From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter" Oct. 30 at Hollywood's Egyptian Theater.
For the first time since its inception in 1996, the Southern African Intl. Film and Television Market -- otherwise known as Sithengi (marketplace) -- will stage a film festival for delegates and the…
Fast emerging as a key supplier of action and upscale fare, Seven Arts Intl. has announced three new pic projects at the Mifed film market.
BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial division, has revealed plans to invest $67 million in feature films over the next five years.
Hideo Nakata's Japanese thriller "The Ring," about a killer videotape, won best film at the Sitges '99 Catalonia Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Oct. 16.
Large-format film company Iwerks Entertainment has inked to exclusively distribute four Sony Pictures Classics large-format pics in theaters using smaller film stock.
A slew of U.S. blockbusters delivered a busy international frame boasting record bows and impressive holdovers from the likes of "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace," "Runaway Bride," "The…
Some deeply serious issues are treated with often discordant frivolity in "Love and Action in Chicago," a spirited but unlikely romantic romp about a devout Catholic hitman who's shown the light by a…
Claire Forlani ("Meet Joe Black") and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers ("Velvet Goldmine") are in negotiations to topline low-budget vampire pic "Johnny Domino."