The Seville European Film Festival will screen tributes to David Lean and Spanish director-producer Jose Luis Borau, plus a Focus Europe panorama of recent films from Denmark.
With no signs of a break in the three-week stalemate between the Screen Actors Guild and the majors, both sides are keeping up the pressure.
Kimchee Western "The Good the Bad the Weird" dominated local theaters on its first weekend after opening Thursday on 700 screens.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Tokyo Sonata" was named best film Saturday at the Osian's Cinefan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema.
A family feud has killed off the telco mega-merger that India's Reliance ADA Group was pursuing at the same time as its negotiations with the DreamWorks principals concerning a buyout of the studio.
Singer Fergie is in negotiations to join the Rob Marshall-helmed musical "Nine" for the Weinstein Co. and Relativity Media.
The box office Batfrenzy swooped into international markets as "The Dark Knight" launched brightly with $40 million at 4,500 playdates in only 20 territories.
IFC Films has picked up domestic distribution rights to Jessica Yu's "Ping Pong Playa."
One of the most ballyhooed Asian productions in recent history, and the most expensive Chinese-lingo picture ever, John Woo's costume actioner "Red Cliff" scales the heights.
Imagi, the Hong Kong- and Los Angeles-based animation house responsible for last year's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," will offer its shares in a secondary listing in the U.S.