USC School of Cinematic Arts professor Anne Friedberg, who published several works on film critical studies, died Oct. 9 in Los Angeles following a long struggle with colorectal cancer. She was 57.
"Thirst" helmer Park Chan-wook will remake French helmer Costa-Gavras' 2005 pic "Le Couperet" (The Ax).
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Julianne Moore to receive its supporting actress award while Bradley Cooper draws its comedy nod.
Duncan Jones' sci-fi tale "Moon" swept the 42nd Sitges Film Festival of Catalonia, nabbing among top kudos best picture, actor (Sam Rockwell) and screenplay (Nathan Parker).
Peter Liechti's chronicle of a death foretold, "The Sound of Insects -- Record of a Mummy," has won the European Film Award for best documentary.
The location teams behind two crime-oriented productions came up winners at the 15th California on Location Awards (COLA), presented Sunday at the Los Angeles Marriott Downtown.
Looking to tap into the faith-based market, Vivendi Entertainment has acquired North American rights for Possibility Pictures' feature "Letters to God," and has set a March 12 release date.
Korean Wave star Won Bin has been cast in "This Man," an action drama produced by Lee Tae-hun.
Mandalay Pictures has optioned the film rights to the upcoming novel "Horns," penned by Joe Hill, son of Stephen King.
Bruce Greenwood and David Walliams will join Steve Carell, Zach Galifianakis and Paul Rudd in "Dinner for Schmucks," the Jay Roach-directed comedy for Paramount, DreamWorks and Spyglass.
A Swedish mother and son head to the Far East in search of their identities.
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