The Nobel Museum in Stockholm is displaying photos of late helmer Ingmar Bergman, who directed the works of a number of Nobel Prize winners.
Ambitious but ungainly docu "Killing Kasztner" delves into the complex history of Budapest lawyer Israel Kasztner.
Emily Atef's drama about postnatal depression, "Das fremde in mir" (The Stranger in Me), swept the top awards at the Oldenburg Film Festival.
Recent evidence suggested the prospect of seeing Matthew McConaughey shirtless was enough to cause at least a medium stampede of female patrons toward opening-weekend box offices.
Tom Hanks will be feted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center at its 36th Gala Tribute in April.
At 22-years-old, Lindsay Lohan is apparently expanding her resume. To actress, cover girl and paparazzi magnet, you can now add political blogger.
The London Film Festival is ramping up its industry activities with a number of new and expanded initiatives.
Walt Disney's first locally produced Russian pic is "Kniga Masterov" (The Book of Masters) a children's adventure based on some of the country's most famous fairy tales and characters.