She's the one who almost got away. While Meryl Streep has been a guest speaker at other Film Society of Lincoln Center galas, she always eschewed the honor herself. As the actress put it to gala…
For the major U.S. studios, the Mip TV mart used to be a relatively sedate affair. They'd take a back seat as international buyers scoured to buy foreign formats, post-"Survivor" and "Big Brother,"…
Helmer Bent Hamer's "O'Horten" has been named best Norwegian film of 2007 by the Norwegian Film Critics Assn.
An in-name-only remake of the post-"Halloween" slasher pic that solidified Jamie Lee Curtis' status as scream queen of the polyester era, "Prom Night" is a surprisingly effective teen-skewing…
Chinese/U.S. co-production "The Forbidden Kingdom" could be the pic that provides the blueprint for a new wave of east-west cooperation.
With tentpole season nearing, Hollywood's been warming up by putting its muscle overseas behind family-oriented pics that can travel to multiple markets.
Call it post-studio stress disorder. It's a familiar syndrome these days. Unless you're among the top-tier of fortunate writers, directors and actors with studio deals, development funds and…
"The Red Baron" is flying into German theaters this week and looks certain to capture a good chunk of the box office despite the fact the WWI Teutonic flying ace remains largely unknown here.
Universal Pictures U.K. was the big winner at the British Video Assn. Awards, where ambitious indie Revolver Entertainment also hit the bull's eye.
Blackjack thriller "21" spins into European wickets this weekend, debuting in the U.K., Germany and Spain.
BBC Worldwide has unveiled a host of sales on its major new skein "Earth: The Power of the Planet," a five-part HD series that looks at the Earth's formation over 4.5 billion years.