Top Canuck film and TV thesps rallied Wednesday in Toronto to condemn the government's C$45 million ($43.4 million) arts funding cuts and to urge political party leaders to make culture a hot topic…
Fernando Meirelles' thriller "Blindness," the opener at Cannes earlier this year, performs a similar duty at the 27th edition of the Vancouver Film Festival on Thursday. Event bookends its 16-day run…
The Czech Film and Television Academy has chosen "Karamazovs" to represent the Czech Republic in the race for the foreign-language Oscar.
Argentina will host a major new international film market in Buenos Aires in November 2009, as part of a drive to ramp up exports of Argentine and Latin American films.
"Cloverfield" director Matt Reeves will write and direct the vampire tale "Let the Right One In" for Overture Films and Hammer Films.
Christopher Nolan, Charles Roven and Emma Thomas will be honored as "Hollywood Producers of the Year" for their work on "The Dark Knight" at the 12th Annual Hollywood Film Festival.
Anne Hathaway is on the case for "The Opposite of Love" at 20th Century Fox.
Documakers with an eye to the West got a boost on Wednesday with the announcement of a new C$585,000 ($565,081) fund that will support two to three feature docs a year.
Robert Redford will receive the 2008 Dorothy and Lillian Gish prize.
Thai femme actioner "Chocolate" has been acquired for North American release by Magnet Releasing, the Asian genre division of Magnolia Pictures.
"The Soloist," starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr., will open the 2008 AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival at ArcLight Hollywood's Cinerama Dome Theater on October 30.
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