Award-winning documentary cinematographer Anton van Munster died Feb. 11 in Holland after a brief illness. He was 74.
The narrative equivalent of urban sprawl undermines "Delhi-6," Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's admirably ambitious but ultimately frustrating musical dramedy about a U.S.-born Indian's first-time visit to…
Robin Williams will bring his standup to Broadway in the spring when the tour of his solo show "Weapons of Self-Destruction" gets a short stint at the Neil Simon Theater.
The Israeli Ministry of Commerce (Light Industries Division) gave Steve Shagan word the government will guarantee and bond any film company against war interruption. Shagan's back from Tel Aviv…
An assassination-conspiracy drama by way of coming-of-age story, "An American Affair" is the offspring of improbable parents ("JFK" and "Summer of '42") and supposes that the Cubans and the CIA were…
Appreciably more subdued than most other recent kidpics of its kind, "The Velveteen Rabbit," a loose adaptation of the classic children's story by Margery Williams, is a low-key charmer that's bound…
Antonio Banderas has been added to the lengthening cast of Woody Allen's next pic, a still-untitled project set to roll this summer in London, according to producer Mediapro.
Stellan Skarsgard will star in Norwegian helmer Hans Petter Moland's black comedy "Regnskap."
China's giant Huairou Film Base, Asia's largest facility, has had a boffo first year grabbing revenues in 2008 of 906 million yuan ($132 million) -- even though it only officially opened in August.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired "The B Team," a spec pitch package for an Adam McKay-directed action comedy that will team Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as cops.
"Banker to the Poor," the best-selling autobiography of Nobel prize-winner Muhammad Yunus who devised the system of microcredit loans for the poor, is being adapted into a film boasting a "Slumdog…