In spite of a worsening economic climate in Blighty, cinema biz is staying solid solid if unspectacular.
New Nordic Films, a market for productions from the region, opened its doors Thursday to a record number of participants, pics and projects.
The Danish Film Institute has picked Niels Arden Oplev's "To verdener" ("Worlds Apart") to represent Denmark in contention for the foreign-language film Oscar.
Skeptics unite: You have nothing to lose but your inhibitions. That, in sum, is the underlying message of Bill Maher and Larry Charles' brilliant, incendiary "Religulous," in which comedian/talkshow…
With its black-and-white lensing and deliberately opaque plot, "All That She Wants" screams "arthouse!" but little else.
The cross-generational friendship between an elderly Italian woman and her Romanian caregiver provides space for a smaller discussion of culture and belonging in Federico Bondi's solid debut.
The BBC's TV adaptation of Noel Streatfeild's "Ballet Shoes" will preem on the bigscreen in the U.S., courtesy of Screenvision.
"The House Bunny" is a blissfully broad comedy that should catapult Anna Faris into a singular kind of stardom -- she's funny, she's sexy, and her movie distinguishes itself grandly from a mostly…
Kevin Beisler, a former entertainment producer for the "Today" show, has been named senior VP of development, film, TV and theater, at the BMG Label Group.
Character actor Julius Carry died Aug. 19 in Los Angeles of pancreatic cancer. He was 56.
Jean Doumanian Prods. will develop a feature film adaptation of "Blackbird," with playwright David Harrower aboard to script the drama about the faceoff between a middle-aged man and the…