"Frost/Nixon" is an effective, straightforward bigscreen version of Peter Morgan's shrewd stage drama about the historic 1977 TV interview in which Richard Nixon brought himself down once again.
Paramount Pictures is adding another production prexy even as it winnows its target for its number of annual releases to 20 from 25.
Atom Egoyan will deliver the keynote speech at the five-day Think-Shoot-Distribute training scheme taking place at the Times BFI London Film Festival, which kicks off tonight with the world premiere…
Sweden´s "You the Living," helmed by Roy Andersson and produced by Pernilla Sandstrom, has won the 2008 Nordic Council film prize.
"The Market," by British helmer Ben Hopkins, has been named best film in the official competition at the Ghent Film Festival.
A number of films this year stood out for their important subject matter or for deliciously entertaining audiences, but that doesn't always translate to awards.
Don Cheadle will replace Terrence Howard as Jim Rhodes in Marvel Studios' "Iron Man 2."
The Hong Kong government says it wants to reinforce the territory's role in the cultural industries.
Spike TV has signed on to bring the vidgame biz-spoofing Web series "MoCap, LLC" to television.
Fox Searchlight has acquired "How to Rig an Election," a fact-based project that Billy Ray wrote and will direct about a GOP operative's rise and fall through dirty campaign tricks.
Adrien Brody and Michael Chiklis have joined the cast of indie comedy "High School," produced by Parallel Media's genre arm Parallel Zide.