The Berlin Film Festival has been shaken on its opening day by the loss of two members of its international jury, Danish director Susanne Bier and French actress Sandrine Bonnaire.
Where's Indy? It's less than four months before Paramount and Lucasfilm unspool "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," on May 22, but the marketing campaign for the fourth installment…
Nicolas Pereda's "Where Are Their Stories?" is a bold, confident and formally radical first feature that confirms Mexico's position as a home to a major wave of talented young filmmakers.
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Anchor Bay Entertainment has acquired the domestic rights to transatlantic shingle Leomax's first feature, the thriller "Walled In."
The headstrong daughter of conservative Turkish immigrants in Copenhagen tries to meet her uneducated parents' high expectations while remaining true to her private passion -- kung fu -- in "Fighter."
Winner of both the audience and juried docu feature awards at Slamdance, Greg Kohs' "Song Sung Blue" chronicles the tragicomic love story of a husband-and-wife Neil Diamond tribute act.
Distribution Co., Argentina's top indie distrib, has picked up four pics to screen at Berlin.
Guido Rud's FilmSharks Intl. has sold "Uranya" to Visual Factory for French-speaking territories and Eastern Europe.
Madrid-based sales company 6 Sales, with its strong line of English-language product, has taken international sales rights to the Future Films-produced Mischa Barton-starrer "Malice in Wonderland."
Jeff Bridges, Justin Timberlake and Mary Steenburgen will star in "The Open Road," about a young man trying to reconnect with his father, a legendary athlete, as he struggles to get him home to his…