Three films in the pipeline this year.
Foreign sales agent Fortissimo Films has picked up rights to "Gloss," new satire by Russian helmer Andrei Konchalovsky.
Casting a rueful eye on the naive ideals and narcissistic excesses of the flower-power era, Gudny Halldorsdottir's period drama "The Quiet Storm" examines a miscarriage of justice and exhumes some…
Cable's voracious appetite for fresh theatrical titles has spurred a mega-sale of high-profile titles, most of which haven't been released yet, by Warner Bros. Domestic Cable TV to Turner…
The writer's strike may be over, but the town is still in gridlock mode.
Televisa's film arm Videocine has picked up production again after a hiatus spurred by a shake-up in its management, while Mexico's No. 2 web TV Azteca has launched its own film distribution company.
The 9th Jeonju Intl. Film Festival in South Korea will include a retrospective devoted to the five former Soviet republics of central Asia.
The 23rd incarnation of the Guadalajara Intl. Film Festival is striving to carve out a bigger market for Mexico and Latin America's film industries.
"Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" has broken box office records in northern France, where the laffer was released a week ahead of its national bow.
The accent will be on Asia at the Cartoons on the Bay animation fest, which will run April 10-13 in Salerno on Italy's Amalfi coast.
The grand dame of Mexican producers carves yet another notch on her belt when she accepts Guadalajara's Mayahuel de Plata Lifetime Achievement Award on March 10.