Two pics dealing with Japan's slaughter of Chinese civilians during the 1930s have been approved for screening by China's censor and are due to unspool nationwide next month.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will be hosting "First Light: Satyajit Ray From the Apu Trilogy to the Calcutta Trilogy," a retrospective of the Indian helmer's work running April 15-30.
Link TV has announced its slate for the fourth season of "Cinemondo," which starts April 11. The series will again be co-curated by Peter Scarlet, who recently ankled the Tribeca Film Festival.
Tribeca has set 27 projects and 24 filmmakers to be part of fest-within-a-fest Tribeca All Access.
Cameron Diaz is in final negotiations to star in the romantic comedy "Swingles" at Paramount Pictures.
Once Dwayne (formerly the Rock) Johnson made the successful leap from the wrestling mat to the bigscreen, it was only a matter of time before Vince McMahon threw his hat into the filmmaking ring.
Closer cooperation between Hong Kong and other regional markets, especially China, emerged as a major theme at the Hong Kong Film and TV Market (Filmart), which began Monday.
Anne Hathaway will play Judy Garland in the Weinstein Co.'s legit and film adaptations of the Gerald Clarke-penned biography "Get Happy."
The Okinawa Movie Festival, Japan's first comedy fest, has awarded its competition Grand Prix to Katsuhide Motoki's laffer "Kamogawa horumo."
Japanese films dominated the Asian Film Awards in Hong Kong on Monday night, nabbing four top awards.
An aspiring pianist suffers at the hands of a seductive roommate from hell in "You Will Be Mine."