There will be a Russian pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival's international village for the first time this year as the country celebrates 100 years of filmmaking.
BritWeek 2008 will kick off April 24, with a packed schedule of Anglophile-friendly events.
George Lucas' Lucasfilm is suing London-based prop workshop Shepperton Design Studios in London's High Court for copyright infringement.
"Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis" ("Welcome to the Sticks") has broken a 42-year box office record to become the most successful French film on home turf.
A mother's will can't be stopped in "Lullaby," director Darrell James Roodt's alternately nail-biting and preposterous thriller set in deepest Johannesburg. Without Melissa Leo putting heart and soul…
"Crazy" is as steady and conservative as its subject, country/jazz guitar phenom Hank Garland, is impulsive, akimbo and troubled.
Writer-director Richard Dutcher's patented form of Mormon noir reaches the bursting point in "Falling," an urban thriller so abounding in contempo mood and memorably savage violence that it will be…
Armed this time around with father-son tensions, the South Korean police-buddy genre gets another makeover with "My New Partner."
A sometimes clumsy but mostly entertaining round of break-ups and make-ups among Hong Kong twentysomethings, "L for Love, L for Lies" reps a step forward for commercially successful scripter-helmer…
Seattle is revising the scene of its big battle. Stuart Townsend's "Battle in Seattle" starring Charlize Theron and Martin Henderson will open the 34th Seattle International Film Festival on May 22.
Mike Myers will host the MTV Movie Awards on June 1. Mark Burnett is again exec producing.