Pedro Almodovar, Europe's highest-grossing non-English-lingo auteur, has set his next project -- the semi-autobiographical "La Mala Educacion" ("Bad Education").
The Golden Globes always tout themselves as a bellwether of the Academy Awards, but they have a mixed track record. Of the 13 Globe winners last year, seven went on to the Oscar winner's circle…
‘Tiger’ roared at the 4th annual Toronto Film Critics Association awards, winning 5 awards. Pic was named best picture, actor and supporting actress, and runner up for director and actress. The…
The Brussels Intl. Film Festival has fleshed out its program for its 2001 edition, to be held Jan. 18-27.
Helmer Ang Lee's hit martial-arts/period romance "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" took top honors as best film of the year from the Toronto Film Critics Assn.
Swedish film group Sandrew Metronome is returning to Scandinavian pic production after a four-year break to set its merger with Norwegian media conglom Schibsted rolling.
New Line's "Little Nicky" may have disappointed at the box office, but you wouldn't know it from the auction that has just taken place for the network rights. In a shared window, Fox Network won the…
Helmer Daniel Filho's "A Partilha" (The Will) is the first feature financed under Columbia TriStar and Globo Filmes' four-pic co-production/distribution pact.
Buoyed by an energetic central perf from Emma Suarez, vet Jaime Chavarri's well-crafted but uninspiring coming-of-ager "Kisses for Everyone" is full of potential that it fails to exploit. Despite a…
Vincent Grimond has been named Canal Plus' man in Hollywood in Thursday's much-awaited announcement of the new pecking order at Vivendi Universal's film and TV division. Among sweeping changes at the…
One of the weirdest projects in recent Spanish cinema, "Sabotage!" sees Brit, French and Spanish thesps combine in an English-language, mistaken-identity, revisionist historical comedy about the…