Norwegian film "The Art of Negative Thinking," directed by Bard Breien, won the NDR film prize at the Nordic Film Days in Lubeck, which ended Sunday.
The Museum of Modern Art was packed to the rafters Sunday with celebs of every stripe, eager to see Robert Redford's new film "Lions for Lambs," a stellar polemic on our current political mindsets.
Spider-Man's third bigscreen adventure at Sony helped Marvel Entertainment spin boffo earnings in its third quarter, beating Wall Street expectations.
The Stockholm Film Festival has announced a new award for music, which will go to the composer of the original score of a film in the competition.
For the first time ever, a Spanish film, Gerardo Olivares' moving immigration drama "14 Kilometers," took the top Golden Spike at the 52nd Valladolid Intl. Film Fest.
The chant of the pickets gathered outside Paramount's iconic main gate said it all: "Why are we standing outside this gate? 'Cause we got screwed in '88!"
Underscoring the generational renewal sweeping Latin American filmmaking, six of the 12 competish pics at the 33rd Ibero-American Film Festival are directorial debuts.
Europe's longest-running movie event devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens Tuesday in Cottbus, Germany, with a prize purse worth a total of Euros 64,000 ($92,600) — up nearly a fifth on last…
Paramount Pictures has taken Australian and New Zealand rights to "Dean Spanley," which stars Peter O'Toole, Sam Neill and Jeremy Northam.
The Weinstein Co. has bought David Andron-penned screenplay "The Transit" for Hong Kong-based helmer Andrew Lau to direct.
Costantini Films and the Weinstein Co. have taken all Latin American rights on Charlize Theron starrer "The Burning Plain," the directorial debut of "Babel" screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga.