While the world's financial crisis may mean fewer participants at next month's Berlinale's European Film Market, it hasn't hampered reservations at the mart's main venues.
Shaw Brothers' library of classic kung fu films will soon be coming to TV sets in Russia and other former Soviet countries.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Iron Man," "The Reader," "Revolutionary Road" and "Slumdog Millionaire" have been named finalists for the 21st annual USC Libraries Scripter Award.
Who's Who List; Composers
Regent Releasing has nabbed North American rights to Yojiro Takita's drama "Departures." Pic follows an unemployed cellist who takes a job as a Japanese "nokanshi," preparing dead bodies for the…
FilmNation Entertainment, launched by Glen Basner as a foreign sales company, has established a production arm and set Aaron Ryder to run it.
Roman Polanski's lawyers want his case moved out of L.A.
The international festival year regularly kicks off in the Southern California desert, where Palm Springs has successfully rolled out the welcome mat to a wide array of global film for 20 years.
Palm Springs Film Festival highlights
NBC's in tune with scribe Jared Bush's music-themed drama project "Soundtrack."
One of my favorite things to do at a festival is to feast on films," says Palm Springs' new program director, Helen du Toit, "so the way I look at programming a festival with over 200 titles is to…