Spanish helmer Alejandro Amenabar's lavish fourth-century Roman-Egypt epic about philosopher Hypatia (Rachel Weisz) and her struggle to protect her life's work in the midst of war. Her two loves are…
When Abu Dhabi launched its $1 billion production arm, Imagenation, on the eve of September's Toronto Film Fest, the move was an emphatic statement of intent at a time when the indie film biz was…
Prescience Film Finance is one of the only U.K. equity funds left standing after the British government shut down tax loopholes a couple of years ago.
Fresh off another boffo "High School Musical" installment, T&C Pictures will hit AFM with a new international sales division and the ability to bring equity to films it gets involved with.
There's an awful lot of time and money being wasted right now by people looking into the future," notes Myriad Pictures prexy and CEO Kirk D'Amico.
Screenwriter Chris Bryant, who scripted Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now," died Oct. 27 in Burford, United Kingdom. He was 72.
Four years after the American Jobs Creation Act was signed into law by President George W. Bush, a survey of the labor landscape in the United States offers some sobering statistics: at least 760,000…
The Badger State's new 25% refundable tax credit helped lure Michael Mann's gangster epic "Public Enemies," starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
Toonz Animation India has pacted with iconic Indian magazine group Chandamama to create a cartoon movie based on one of Chandamama's properties.
The Benelux countries obsess over the health of their home industries rather than worry about attracting outside productions. Yet there are still some tempting deals and choice locations in this…
A sincere call for environmental protection and the rights of displaced indigenous communities, "Brutus" sweetens its sometimes labored messages with a charming coming-of-age romance and eye-catching…
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