The well-kept secret of North Korea's murderous concentration camps sees the light of day in Andrzej Fidyk's important doc, "Yodok Stories."
A Los Angeles federal judge has set a Jan. 6 trial date for 20th Century Fox's lawsuit over Warners' right to make a film based on the graphic novel "Watchmen."
Greenwood Hill Prods. has signed with Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban's Truly Indie self-distribution company to release its first feature film, "Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun."
"Hancock" opened top of the Japanese box office last weekend, raking in 830 million yen ($7.68 million) on 328 screens.
"Ploning," a debut feature helmed by Dante Nico Garcia, has been selected as The Philippines candidate for the foreign-language Oscar it was announced Tuesday.
The American Cinema Editors have elected Randy Roberts as president of the organization.
"Man on Wire" is throwing out another line.
Barbet Schroeder's thriller about a French author's obsessive rivalry with the Japanese novelist he imitates.
Scribe Jeff Nathanson is set to reteam with Steven Spielberg by penning DreamWorks' first installment of "The 39 Clues," the upcoming Scholastic Media multiplatform adventure series that Spielberg is…
Korean auteur Lee Chang-dong is to produce and direct "Poetry," about a woman at the end of her life in search of new meaning.
Clark Gregg's "Choke" will open London's 16th Raindance Film Festival. Closer is the world premiere of Mark Tonderai's directorial debut, "Hush."