Norway will add $10 million more in coin to the domestic film industry to reach a total of $120 million in 2009, according to a government budget released Tuesday.
Brit comedy "A Bunch of Amateurs," starring Burt Reynolds, has been chosen as the 2008 Royal Film Performance, replacing "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," which has had its release pushed…
There maybe deadly protests in the streets, but the World Film Festival of Bangkok will run Oct. 24-Nov. 2, hot on the heels of the modestly successful government-sponsored Bangkok Intl. Film…
Korean female singer Son Dam-bi has been cast in "Hype Nation," helmer Teddy Riley's hip-hop dance movie (Daily Variety, April 28).
In an effort to keep up with its fast-expanding production activities, Tandem Communications has increased its staff with a number of appointments, including two senior staff.
CJ Entertainment's period drama "Modern Boy" topped the Korean box office over the weekend.
A perfectly realized, painterly portrayal of a widow's life, "A Light in the Fog" is a singularly assured feature film bow that is as understated as the best of Iranian cinema.
Ralph Ziman's "Jerusalema" is South Africa's submission for consideration in the foreign film category at the Oscars.
Japanese fantasy movie "Tokyo Girl" has been acquired for release in South Korea by Media Story and for Hong Kong by Edko Films.
Aligning with Paramount, Disney and Fox, Universal Pictures has inked a long-term contract with Paris-based digital cinema provider, Ymagis, for digital prints.