London-based digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media has taken its first steps into the Spanish exhibition market.
Gabriele Muccino, the Italo helmer of the Will Smith starrers "The Pursuit of Happyness" and upcoming "Seven Pounds," is producing "Four Single Fathers," an indie English-language feature that will…
Hollywood will enshrine an eclectic bunch in its famous curbside Walk of Fame next year, including Hugh Jackman, Ben Kingsley, The Village People and Tinkerbell.
Google Inc.'s YouTube is setting up a virtual screening room to bring the work of independent filmmakers to a global audience.
France's pioneering ``three strikes and you're out'' antipiracy law, which could knock persistent offenders off the Internet for up to a year, will hit the statute books early next year.
Youth drama "The Man Who Loved Yngve" and dark comedy "O'Horten" have nabbed six noms each for the Norwegian Amanda awards.
Javier Bardem has been awarded Spain's National Cinema Prize. Adjudicated by Spain's ICAA film institute, the prize comes with a Euros 30,000 ($46,440) cash prize.
Luc Besson's Gallic studio EuropaCorp posted net profits of Euros 6.9 million ($10.7 million) for the financial year ending March 31, 16% down on a year-to-year basis.
The Melbourne Intl. Film Festival has named Eric Bana its fest ambassador, a newly-created promo role that will support the fest's patron Geoffrey Rush.
Canada's film and TV industry has applauded Liberal senators Francis Fox and Wilfred Moore's introduction of amendments to the ruling Conservative Party's controversial Bill C-10, a proposed law…
IFC Films has picked up world rights to tyro writer-director Barry Jenkins' drama "Medicine for Melancholy." Pic will screen in competish at the Los Angeles Film Festival this week and already nabbed…