After their triumphant dramatic success with "No Country for Old Men," the Coen brothers revert to sophomoric snarky mode in "Burn After Reading."
Perhaps the very first made-for-vid prequel to a spinoff from a sequel to a remake, "The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior" suggests a CW television network version of a swords-and-sorcery saga.
The Vancouver Intl. Film Festival's 23rd Film and Television Forum has unveiled four days of seminars, workshops and master classes, kicking off Sept. 24 -- the day before the fest opens.
Hong Kong and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films has acquired worldwide rights excluding North America to documentary feature 'Food, Inc.,' which will world preem at the Toronto Film Festival next…
A provincial film commission has warned that Johannesburg City authorities are making South Africa's capital "film unfriendly" with exorbitant location fees.
Cinema Management Group has closed key deals in major territories on Iron Maiden singer-turned-film scribe Bruce Dickinson's "Chemical Wedding."
Asgaard Entertainment has brought veteran film exec Todd Slater aboard to help guide overall strategy, studio affairs and production at the company.
There's little nourishment or piquancy in "The Invention of Curried Sausage," a flavorless adaptation of Uwe Timm's 1993 tome about a lonely Hamburg woman who shelters an AWOL navy man in the waning…
The last film produced by the late Anthony Minghella and Sydney Pollack is looking for a December date. After a successful screening in New York of "The Reader," the Weinstein Co. has decided to…
Israeli short "6.5 Minutes in Tel Aviv" was awarded top prize at the 2008 Palm Springs Intl. ShortFest on Tuesday.
Sophomore helmer Josue Mendez chooses a dual-pronged approach: Whatever stereotypical trait escapes its teenage antiheroes falls squarely in the lap of their father's social-climbing young fiancee.