Annual branch elections of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences returned nine incumbents to the board and voted in four new governors.
Film distributors and exhibitors in Argentina have suspended the premieres of "Hannah Montana: The Movie" and other big releases set for Thursday as an outbreak of AH1N1 swine flu hits attendance…
"ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction" is part of a rare breed: a horror-comedy that's actually consistently funny and occasionally almost scary.
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Although a semi-experimental documentary about Turkish shepherds should have viewers counting sheep by reel two, "The Last Season: Shawaks" becomes an altogether compelling experience, due to helmer…
Upcoming British laffer, "The Infidel," whose hero is a Muslim taxi driver who discovers he's Jewish, has been pre-sold to a number of territories, including the Middle East.
Gerardo E. Dominguez's L.A.-based Goldmine Pictures has acquired all North American rights to Colombian drama-thriller "La Milagrosa," which is sold by Guido Rud's FilmSharks Intl.
Sara Silveira's Sao Paulo, Brazil-based Dezenove Som e Imagens, the company behind "Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures," will produce "Hard Labor," a social suspenser that sometimes comes close to a…
A new system of production incentives for the Czech Republic's beleaguered film industry inched a little closer after two of the country's top politicians agreed that something must be done about the…
Variety will partner with the Venice Biennale and Venezia News to produce a bilingual daily during the 66th Venice Film Festival, which runs Sept. 2-12.
David Tennant, the star of BBC sci-fi series "Doctor Who," and Sarah Harding, a singer with band Girls Aloud, have joined the cast of comedy "St. Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold."
A Slovak government-backed project to restore film classics of Communist times has proved a hit with the public in the small Central European country.