Internationally recognized cinema scholar and UCLA professor Teshome Gabriel, died June 15 of sudden cardiac arrest in Panorama City, Calif. He was 70.
Big-budget studio fare and animated auteur titles got equal attention at France's Annecy Animation Festival, with animators from around the world gathering to discuss the future of toondom.
MacGillivray Freeman Films is developing "One World Ocean," a $25 million feature documentary and TV series about the world's five oceans, and has set a 2015 release date.
Summit Entertainment set a dozen free outdoor screenings of the first two "Twilight" pics Saturday, as part of a celebration of the lunar eclipse on that evening.
BY PAT SAPERSTEIN The Los Angeles Film Fest got a little more urban atmosphere than it bargained for as the fest kicked off Downtown Thursday night with thousands of basketball fans massing across…
Director Ronald Neame, who started as a cinematographer, wrote Oscar nommed screenplays and went on to direct "The Poseidon Adventure and "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," died Wednesday in Los…
The long-lasting effects of the financial crisis and its impact on society and the human psyche dominate the Munich Film Festival.
Madrid-based 6 Sales is rolling out sales on "La Tropa de trapo" (The Happets), one of Spain's first stereoscopic 3D toon pics.
In a weighty sales deal, Barcelona's DeAPlaneta has sold all German-speaking Europe on Guillem Morales' "Julia's Eyes," to StudioCanal's German distrib op Kinowelt.