Switching gears from atmospheric horror pic "Bad Blood," helmers Tiago Guedes and Frederico Serra delve into the unbearable miserableness of being with the unrelentingly dreary "Noise."
Side-splittingly funny and constantly outrageous, "Louise-Michel" takes the creative absurdism of helmers Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern ("Aaltra," "Avida") far beyond the restraining limits of…
HBO is eyeing the Tom Wolfe novel "I Am Charlotte Simmons" as a series, with Tina Brown and Ostar Prods.' Bill Haber set to produce.
Warner Bros. has set in motion a prequel to the Will Smith starrer "I Am Legend."
Humberto Solas, one of Cuba's brightest cinematic lights, died Sept. 17 at the age of 66 from cancer.
Asian film financing is in a fog. For all its recent marching around, it is difficult to tell whether it is moving forwards, backwards or simply around in circles.
More titles! More world preems!" is the battle cry of the Pusan Intl. Film Festival, which unveils its biggest ever program for the 13th edition (Oct. 2-10) in South Korea's southern coastal sprawl.
As anyone who's been to the Pusan Intl. Film Festival knows, topper Kim Dong-ho is a dynamo, seemingly at several places at once, charming festivalgoers and filmmakers alike at parties and…
If the concept hadn't already been working so well in Rotterdam's Cinemart, Pusan's PPP would have a great case to make for patenting its winning project-market formula -- which it amply demonstrates…
In June, Seoul Art Institute film department professor Kang Han-sup was named chairman of the Korean Film Council (Kofic), with a term that runs three years.
The Japanese government offers little in the way of financial or tax incentives to foreign producers. The Agency for Cultural Affairs has contributed coin to co-productions between Japanese and…