TrustNordisk reports brisk pre-sales in Cannes of Lukas Moodysson's drama "Mammoth."
Russia's leading independent sales and production shingle, Central Partnership, is shooting its biggest project yet, a $25 million adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's Cossack swashbuckler "Taras bulba."
Gallic financing and sales company Films Distribution has wasted no time completing the finance on Wim Wenders' upcoming psychological thriller "The Miso Soup."
Russia's first film studio to be built from scratch in more than half a century opens for business in St. Petersburg next month. Russian World Studios, St. Peterburg, is a $100 million…
Argentina's national film institute, Incaa, plans to expand its Espacio Incaa circuit to 100 screens from 17 in an effort to bolster the exhibition of homegrown films.
Director and Oscar-nommed screenwriter Fred Haines died May 4 in Venice, Calif. after a lengthy battle with lung cancer. He was 72.
Norwegian writer-helmer Bent Hamer's fifth feature, tragicomedy "O'Horten," returns to the domestic landscapes, offbeat humanism and stylistic quirks of his earlier work.
London-based sales outfit 3DD Entertainment has sold Jeremy Gilley's campaigning feature doc "The Day After Peace" to Hong Kong (Deltamac).
A warrant for the arrest of a suspect in online pirating was issued Wednesday by the Seoul Supreme Prosecutor's Office, marking the first time in Korean history that action has been taken against an…
The first major Polish-Russian coproduction in more than 20 years is in the early stages of planning after a deal was signed between the Polish Film Institute and Karen Shaknazorov, head of Russia's…