Jennifer Lynch's thriller "Surveillance" nabbed the main nod at the 41st Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's biggest fantasy film fest, which wrapped Sunday (Oct. 12).
Seeking a modicum of comfort at a time of world financial crisis from strong international box office prospects for "Quantum of Solace," the producers and stars of the new Bond movie kicked off the…
Veteran producer Ira Deutchman will again head to Asia for a two day film production workshop being organized by the Motion Picture Association.
Fox 2000 has acquired rights to Joe Haldeman's 1974 novel "The Forever War," and Ridley Scott is planning to make it into his first science fiction film since he delivered back-to-back classics with…
Carla Gugino will complete the triangle in "Every Day," joining Liev Schreiber and Helen Hunt in a drama that begins shooting in New York this month.
Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan was this week given the Malaysian equivalent of a Knighthood – but the kudos has already sparked a row.
It's a pity the title "The Misanthrope" is taken. "The Atheist," Irish-born American playwright Ronan Noone's creepily compelling portrait of an avaricious journalist, just wouldn't be the same…
Russian epic "Koltchak" and "Eagle Eye" knocked international sensation "Mamma Mia!" out of the top slot at the foreign box office for the first time in six weeks during a typically moderate fall…
The Norwegian Bergen Intl. Film Festival kicks off Wednesday with Jan Troell's Swedish Oscar hopeful "Everlasting Moments," one of 147 features unspooling in a bigger program than ever before.
The Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro), a Japanese government trade promotion org, will join with United Television Broadcasting Systems (UTB), an L.A.-based Japanese-language broadcaster, to…