An aspiring pianist suffers at the hands of a seductive roommate from hell in "You Will Be Mine."
Attendance at the Mip TV mart will be dented -- but not decimated -- by recession, according to statistics released by organizers Reed Midem on Monday.
Global production powerhouse Endemol has signed its first third-party global distribution deal.
"Perestroika" is Slava Tsukerman's semi-autobiographical story of a returning Russian refugee into a deeply strange, breezily existential cocktail of Milan Kundera and Federico Fellini.
Ridley Scott has been awarded a fellowship by the British Film Institute.
The Locarno Film Festival is strengthening its Asian ties by pacting with the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF), where many pics from the area germinate.
Abu Dhabi execs have tapped former Tribeca artistic director Peter Scarlet executive director at the emirate's Middle East Film Festival.
As their next film, Joel and Ethan Coen will put their spin on "True Grit," the iconic Western that won John Wayne an Oscar.
Michel Auder is dying and his life is flashing before our eyes -- that's the premise, at any rate, of "The Feature," a video diary by the former Warhol Factory associate and a probable must-see for…
Attempting to bridge the gap between what American military personnel experience in Iraq and what their families at home understand, gung-ho personal docu "Brothers at War," from debut helmer Jake…
Examining how the straitjacket of civilized society can barely contain the primitive beast within,"God of Carnage" picks an easy target in the complacent bourgeoisie. But the savagery of its…