The European Film Market, the Berlinale administration and the Talent Campus have all received injections of new blood this year with a slew of appointments and a shuffling of the old guard.
This year's European Film Market may prove to be one of the most defining in its history as the international financial crisis threatens the first major industry confab of the year.
Mobile communication powerhouse Index Holdings will sell its 71% stake in Nikkatsu, Japan's oldest studio, by the end of February.
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Director Sarah Watt's "My Year With Sex" will kick off the Adelaide Film Festival on Feb. 19.
Imax has pacted with Taiwan exhib VieShow Cinemas to install a giant screen in its Sun Cinemas complex in Taipei.
A satisfyingly exciting monster rally that often plays like a period swashbuckler.
Paramount is certainly covering its bases when it comes to promoting its reboot of "Star Trek."
High-voltage gangster pic "Public Enemy Number One" grabbed a record 10 noms in the race for this year's Cesars, which take place Feb. 27 in Paris.
At the European box office this weekend, Tom Cruise starring military thriller "Valkyrie" marches into Germany and the U.K. amid upbeat expectations and Oscar hopefuls like "Milk," "Frost/Nixon,"…
Italian producer Roberto Cicutto has been tapped prexy of Cinecitta Holding, the state-owned film production and promotion entity that oversees Italy's partly privatized Cinecitta Studios.
Russian B.O. takings in December were down by a third and admissions were down by nearly half compared with the same period the previous year.