Regent Releasing and Here Films have acquired U.S. rights to Icelandic filmmaker Olaf de Fleur's "The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela."
But for its upcoming 35th edition, due to industrywide retrenchment, guild strikes or de facto strikes and what can only be blamed on the ineffable cycles of the arthouse industry, the Telluride Film…
Aaron Sorkin has a Facebook page -- and a new screenwriting gig.
Hong Kong and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films has acquired worldwide rights excluding North America to documentary feature "Food, Inc.," which will world preem at the Toronto Film Festival next…
"Funk It Up About Nothin'," the hip-hop adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" that premiered at Chicago Shakespeare in June, received the Dress Circle Award for musical production at…
Projects intended to improve links between the European audiovisual industry and the rest of the world were announced Wednesday by the European Commission.
Singaporean film-critic-turned-director Kelvin Tong gets the genre elements just about right in "Rule #1," a very dark buddy-cop movie cum ghost story shot and set in Hong Kong.
Computer-generated dialogue and monsters that look like rejects from "Pirates of the Caribbean" dilute the shock factor of Nordic hospital chiller "Dark Floors."
Heavy on the spice and cheap on the meat, "Bangkok Dangerous" adds plenty of Thai seasoning to the Hollywood lone-assassin recipe, but the result is only mildly pungent.
Los Angeles-based Maya Entertainment will release Luis Mandoki's documentary "Fraude Mexico 2006" in the U.S. on Oct. 10, starting with Los Angeles, Denver and Phoenix.
Joel and Ethan Coen's screwball spy comedy "Burn After Reading" got the Venice Film Festival off to a rollicking, star-studded start in what otherwise promises to be a markedly cerebral 65th edition.