Tying together problems of overpopulation, pollution, consumption, global warming, industrial development and more, "Surviving Progress" offers a cinematic wakeup call so cogent and non-didactic even…
The life of a sports broadcasting pioneer is memorialized in "Glickman."
First, the bad news: There was no picture in Berlin as moment-to-moment enthralling as Asghar Farhadi's "A Separation," or as monumental as Bela Tarr's "The Turin Horse," to name two standouts from…
While the Chinese government made the decision to allow more 3D and Imax films through its borders only last week, Imax has been working to expand its mainland footprint for years.
China's decision to allow more foreign films and to change the terms creates "a new ceiling" in China-Hollywood negotiations, and should encourage the industry to re-examine some of its production…
PARIS -- Alain Attal won the fifth Daniel Toscan du Plantier kudo for best producer at a ceremony held by the French Academy of Arts and Sciences in Paris on Monday.
The Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have unveiled their official pro-merger materials that will be hitting member mailboxes next week.
Pathe U.K. has inked a first-look deal with Brit producer Damian Jones' DJ Films following their collaboration on Meryl Streep starrer "The Iron Lady."
Despite three new entries, holdovers dominated the President's Day weekend box office.
Italy's film community is ecstatic over the Berlin victory of directorial duo Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's prison-set "Caesar Must Die," which is racking up a slew of sales while also marking the…
Antonio Banderas will play Pablo Picasso in Carlos Saura's upcoming "33 dias" (33 Days), about the painter's emotional turmoil as he worked on masterpiece "Guernica."