Salvador Garcia Ruiz's "Castillos de carton" (Paper Castles), Vicente Aranda's "Luna caliente" and Adan Aliaga's "Estigmas" will world preem at the Valladolid Film Festival.
Fernando Trueba's "The Dancer and the Thief" has been chosen as Spain's foreign-language Oscar contender.
Giuseppe Tornatore's big-budget Sicilian epic "Baaria" has triumphed in the race to become Italy's candidate for the foreign-language Oscar.
The European Film Academy nominated five pics on Tuesday for its European Discovery award, which is aimed at frosh feature directors.
Stephen King is taking another stab at the smallscreen, signing on to turn his novella "The Colorado Kid" into an hourlong series for indie studio E1 Entertainment ("Hung").
Fox Intl. Prods. is set to produce and distribute its first Chinese-language pic, romantic comedy "Hot Summer Days," in collaboration with Star Television Asia and China's Huayi Bros. Media.
Peter Chernin is making his presence felt on the 20th Century Fox lot, with the former News Corp. prexy's shingle coming onboard several film projects that were already in development at the studio.
While there's a note of irony in Disney's first release since studio topper Dick Cook ankled being called "Surrogates," it was the film rather than the succession question that filmmakers spoke of at…
Focus Features topper James Schamus is the self-proclaimed "least stressed distributor in the world," when it comes to Joel and Ethan Coen's star-free film, "A Serious Man."
Thriller "Reykjavik-Rotterdam" has been tapped as Iceland's contender for a foreign-language film Oscar nomination.
Undeniably amusing when focused on extreme measures by self-appointed censors.
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