Belgian jazz guitarist and composer Pierre Van Dormael died on Wednesday in Brussels. He was 56.
The Iraq war dominated the day at the Venice Film Festival, where the world preem of Kathryn Bigelow's high-adrenaline bomb-squad actioner "The Hurt Locker" gave the Lido a jolt and emerged as the…
U.K. sales shingle Bankside Films has boarded Oz pic "Blessed," Ana Kokkinos' contemporary urban drama about the misadventures of six children over a 48 hour period.
France and the U.K. are leading the European Film Academy's initial selection for potential nominations for this year's European Film Awards.
Strand Releasing has grabbed U.S. rights to one of the best-received pics on the fest circuit, Terence Davies' "Of Time and the City."
Uli Edel's terrorist drama "The Baader Meinhof Complex," Dennis Gansel's box office hit "The Wave" and Doris Doerrie's "Cherry Blossoms" have made the short list to compete as Germany's candidate for…
The kind of slavish homage to cinema itself that's not quite as charming as it thinks but charms nonetheless, Koki Mitani's "The Magic Hour" echoes "Tropic Thunder" in that it involves actors…
Charts the rise and fall of legendary 1970s pic production-distribution co-operative Filmverlag der Autoren.
An amusingly convoluted narrative that brings together equally clueless yakuza, police and semi-innocent bystanders to search for a couple allegedly missing people.
"You, Me and Dupree" helmers Anthony and Joe Russo are hitting the mean streets of "Ciudad" for Paramount Pictures.