Heddy Honigmann's "El Olvido," Christian Poveda's "La Vida loca" and Enrique Rivero's "Parque Via" will screen at San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos panorama of contempo Latin America movie-making.
Danish pic "Take the Trash" broke local records for a homegrown comedy when it opened last weekend.
The theatrical success of Dennis Gansel's hit high school drama "The Wave" and Gallic comic book romp "Asterix at the Olympic Games" fueled a dramatic boost in profit for Constantin Film in the first…
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"The Dark Knight" topped the Korean box office for the second consecutive weekend. Pic added 760,000 admissions for three weekend days on 463 screens, lifting its gross to $15 million to date.
Thomas Haden Church is starring in Animus Films' indie drama "Don McKay" with Elisabeth Shue, Melissa Leo, M. Emmet Walsh and Keith David.
Irish thesp Michael Fassbender is in final negotiations to join the cast of Quentin Tarantino's "Inglorious Bastards."
In a slap at SAG and its stalled contract talks, the DGA's issued a staunch defense of its new-media deal with the majors and its exemption for low-budget productions.
Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens have officially signed on to collaborate on "The Hobbit" and its sequel with director Guillermo del Toro.
As part of a massive expansion, the San Francisco Film Society will become stewards of the Film Arts Foundation, a move which pushes the film society toward filmmaker services and doubles its…
Southside Tehran meets northside Tehran in Parisa Bakhtavar's uneven but periodically clever comedy debut, "Tambourine," which observes the lives of condo dwellers upturned by the entry of a young…
Using a pure docu style unencumbered by direct-to-camera interviews, Fernand Melgar takes his observational but still impassioned eye into a Swiss detention center for asylum seekers.