Comicbook artist Joann Sfar, who was recently tapped to direct "Gainsbourg, Vie Heroique," has also taken on helming duties on a 2-D toon based on his most popular novel, "The Rabbi's Cat."
The plight of Eastern European outcasts, crime, identity and loyalty, the legacy of East Germany, the detrimental affects of absent parents and slacker life are among the many topics highlighted this…
Golden Globe nominee "Eternal Moments" and vampire hit "Let the Right One In" dominated Sweden's top awards show, the Golden Bugs, Monday.
FilmNation has bought the international arm of GreeneStreet Films.
Executives from Sundance, which kicks off Thursday, are in advanced negotiations with Abu Dhabi-based investment org Mubadala to launch a film festival in the oil-rich emirate.
Lakeshore Entertainment's David Scott Rubin has been named exec VP of physical production at CBS Films.
Following the 2007 preem of "Knocked Up," Seth Rogen will return to the SXSW Film Festival with the world premiere of "Observe and Report."
Oscar nominated short films will be released by Shorts International to preem in U.S. theatres on Feb. 6.
Good silly fun, "Alien Trespass" is a dead-on spoof of cheapo '50s sci-fi programmers done with plenty of self-deprecating humor. Producer-director and longtime "X-Files" intimate R. W. Goodwin…
Sony will report a 100 billion yen ($1.1 billion) operating loss for fiscal 2008, ending in March, according to a forecast by the Nikkei business daily.
Samantha Geimer, the rape victim in Roman Polanski's sexual misconduct case, has accused the Los Angeles Country District Attorney's office of victimizing her anew.