U.K. indie arthouse distrib New Wave Films has acquired U.K. rights to "Helen," the debut feature from Brit helmers Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor.
A young woman walks 112 miles from Bolivia to northern Chile in "Alice in the Land," docu helmer Esteban Larrain's "fiction with documentary elements."
Mandalay Pictures has acquired bigscreen rights to the Oni Press graphic novel "Julius."
French-Canadian sex dramedy "The 3 Little Pigs" offers a guaranteed solution to age-old hardships like financial woes, marital quarrels, and terminal illness: It's "Adultery, Actually."
With enough toilet humor and schlocky gore to lure bloodthirsty viewers into its clutches, Gallic horror spoof "Vampire Party" satisfies as shamelessly campy entertainment.
Variety will present its annual "10 Actors to Watch" lineup at the Hollywood Awards gala ceremony Oct. 27 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival will bring back the popular Intl. Financing Forum and Meet With events this year.
Chinese distribution and production company Bona Group is poised to raise $30 million of second-round funding from U.S. venture capital sources.
A judge has denied a Warner Bros. motion to dismiss 20th Century Fox's lawsuit over Warners' right to make a film based on the graphic novel "Watchmen."
Amid a bitter battle for control of the Screen Actors Guild board, the upstart Unite for Strength faction has promised it won't implement qualified voting by SAG members.
Both "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" and "Creature Comforts America" have won Emmy Awards for animation.