Films shot on 3D in pre-war Nazi German have been unearthed in Berlin's Federal Archives.
China is introducing new guidelines to limit the amount of smoking depicted on-screen, the latest effort to curb the demon weed in a country that makes and consumes more tobacco than anywhere else.
A new report from a European association of regional film funds says too many films are being made without enough platforms to release them.
Sundance Selects has snagged North American rights to Goran Hugo Olsson's "The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975," the docu that preemed at Park City last month ahead of a screening this week at Berlin.
Praiser Josh Sabarra has hung out his own shingle with the launch of Breaking News PR.
Intrepid Pictures is going supernatural, buying up feature rights to a pair of young adult novels by Patrick Carman: "Skeleton Creek" and "13 Days to Midnight."
The Mouse House continues to reduce its executive ranks, with Disney's heads of physical production and casting set to leave the studio.
The New York Film Critics Circle has partnered with movie-review database MRQE.com to relaunch the NYFCC's website, now positioned as a destination for consumers and film buffs.
It's a long way from "Cedar Rapids" to downtown Manhattan, but that's where the stars of Fox Searchlight's comedy gathered Thursday for the Cinema Society screening.
Most projects face resistance in their journeys to the bigscreen.
Following the traditionally rain-soaked British Academy Film Awards, spirits on Sunday remained high at the post-kudofest bash -- and not solely due to the Grey Goose sponsorship.