A provocative online marketing campaign for Universal's cyber crime thriller "Untraceable," which offers bloodthirsty online voyeurs a sneak peak of a gruesome torture scene from the pic, has been…
The Rose d'Or, Europe's oldest TV entertainment festival, has attracted a record 402 entries for this year's event, which kicks off in Lucerne, Switzerland, on May 2.
Practical aspects of Koran-sanctioned polygamy play out in a small Iranian village in "Four Wives -- One Man."
An unblinking, deeply resonant look at three women and their families navigating a government-imposed relocation in an underprivileged section of Los Angeles.
In the last decade there has been a slow resurgence of Mexican cinema, following the near-extinction of local film production in the 1990s. During that time, Alfonso Cuaron, Alejandro Gonzalez…
A new school of minnow film distributors is hoping to nab a bigger piece of the box office for local films.
Three films in the pipeline this year.
Foreign sales agent Fortissimo Films has picked up rights to "Gloss," new satire by Russian helmer Andrei Konchalovsky.
Casting a rueful eye on the naive ideals and narcissistic excesses of the flower-power era, Gudny Halldorsdottir's period drama "The Quiet Storm" examines a miscarriage of justice and exhumes some…
The writer's strike may be over, but the town is still in gridlock mode.