Bruce Willis will make his directorial debut with the indie psychological drama "Three Stories About Joan."
New Regency co-chairmen Robert Harper and Hutch Parker have appointed Silver Pictures alum Navid McIlhargey as senior VP.
There was no change at the top of the Korean B.O. chart as CJ Entertainment's lightweight historical action drama "The Divine Weapon" held on to top spot and "Mamma Mia" stayed second.
Producer Haruki Kadokawa, whose recent credits include the smash WW2 epic "Yamato" and the Akira Kurosawa period swashbuckler remake "Tsubaki Sanjuro," is directing his first pic in eleven years.
When "The Story of the Kelly Gang" was recognised by UNESCO late last year as the world's first feature film the honour compounded angst among archivists at Australia's National Film and Sound…
Marathi producer Ravi Rai has decided to independently submit his pic "Tingya" to the Acad for the Oscars' foreign-language category.
If Karen Oganesyan's "The Ghost" hadn't been so blatantly tooled as an item for Hollywood remake, it might have proved to be a clever fusion of the twin Russian obsessions for the criminal…
Regent Releasing has grabbed North American rights to Kiyoshi Kurosawa's family drama "Tokyo Sonata."
Tailor-made for nursing home screenings in ancillary, "Is There Anybody There?" features Michael Caine's ingratiating turn as a senile magician who bonds with a paranormal studies-loving tween.
Mockumentaries that target Hollywood have been made before, but seldom with as much smooth energy as in "Callback: The Unmaking of 'Bloodstain,' " an offbeat comedy that's a resume for everyone…
The omnibus city film concept reaches its nadir with "Toronto Stories," a complete zero featuring some major Canadian talent behind and in front of the camera.