The Korean film industry is hot on sequels, with KM Culture's romantic comedy "200- Pound Beauty" the latest to line up for a second round.
Los Angeles plays host to the first Brazilian Film Festival March 7-9 at the Landmark Theater, Westside Pavilion.
Steven Schachter's "The Deal" starring William H. Macy and Meg Ryan will open the 10th annual Sarasota Film Festival. The home-grown adaptation of Peter Lefcourt's Hollywood comedy, written by Macy…
Pim Hermeling is selling his stake in A-Film, the Amsterdam-based distribbery he set up in 1999, and will stand down as managing director.
Universal Pictures has elevated Jeffrey Goore to head the studio's biz affairs department and added two senior veeps, Jon Gibson and Helen Jorda, to its ranks.
Fox Entertainment prexy Kevin Reilly, who found success at NBC adapting the Britcom "The Office" for U.S. auds, is looking to do the same with a few more U.K. imports this season.
Al-Qaeda Thursday issued a fatwa calling for the execution of Dutch filmmaker and politician Geert Wilders, who is producing an anti-Koran short.
The Canadian government is prepping new legislation that would allow it to pull tax credits from film and TV projects that have too much sex and/or violence.
From "Hair" to "Rent" to "Spring Awakening," composers have sought to reinvigorate musical theater by harnessing the energy and raw expressiveness of rock.
With Thursday's announcement that New Line will fold into Warner Bros., Will Ferrell laffer "Semi-Pro" takes on the added distinction of being the final release from Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne's…