Lens Media has picked up Danish thriller "The Candidate" for theatrical release in China.
Influential American animator Don Bluth will be feted by Italy's 14th Cartoons on the Bay TV toons fest with its Pulcinella Award for lifetime achievement.
Ari Folman's "The Congress," Sylvain Chomet's "The Illusionist" and Patrice Leconte's "Le Magasin des suicides" were among the most-buzzed toon titles at Europe's Cartoon Movie.
ABC Family has picked up the network rights to this weekend's B.O. hit "Alice in Wonderland."
Now that "The Hurt Locker" has been crowned best pic, skeptics and conspiracy theorists can begin debating whether the winner actually received the highest number of first-place votes.
Fate sticks its foot out to trip all the characters in all the worst ways in "Remember Me."
When the Academy introduced its best animated feature category in 2001, it included a condition "that no award be made" in the event of a year without enough high-quality contenders.
Three years after reinventing itself as U.S. distributor, Summit Entertainment has achieved a level of prestige that comes only from winning Oscars.
In a history-making night for Hollywood, Summit Entertainment's "The Hurt Locker" dismantled the competition at Sunday's 82nd annual Academy Awards ceremony.
This year's Oscar race was a study in contrasts as the two pics that received the highest number of noms reflected opposite ends of the box office spectrum.