"Home," the debut feature by helmer Ursula Meier, has been selected as the Swiss candidate for the foreign-language Oscar competition.
Indican Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to Depression-era drama, "Kings of the Evening."
The long-gestating Plymouth Rock Studios, a $550 million film and television campus to be constructed in Plymouth, Mass., may be moving forward.
China has chosen "Forever Enthralled," the Chen Kaige-helmed biopic about Peking Opera star Mei Lanfang, as its contender for a nomination in the foreign language film category at the Oscars.
Pubcasters and fest programmers will appreciate the attention-grabbing potential.
Matthias Glasner's film is structurally flawed and morally suspect.
"Kamui" comes to a crawl too often over its two-hour running time.
Chile, Venezuela and Bolivia have selected their candidates for the foreign language Oscar nomination.
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