The San Francisco International Film Festival launched its 50th anniversary edition Thursday night in apt style. The oldest extant such event in the Western Hemisphere opened with a movie at the…
Working Title proved long ago it's possible to make hits for the international market, with the U.S. as an afterthought. But the success of its British comedies "Mr. Bean's Holiday" and "Hot Fuzz"…
Toronto auds sure love their docs, as evidenced by the 14th edition of the Hot Docs Canadian Intl. Documentary Festival, North America's largest doc fest and market.
Cannes will host an opening day forum, "Cinema: Toward the Audiences of Tomorrow," the fest announced Friday.
The Weinstein Co. has announced that Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's double feature "Grindhouse" will be released as two separate movies in the U.K.
The number of shooting days for foreign productions in France rose by 7% last year, film commission Film France reported on Friday.
Frank Langella is in negotiations to star as Richard Nixon in "Frost-Nixon," Imagine's adaptation of the Peter Morgan play.
Cineworld, the U.K.'s second biggest exhibition chain with 72 theaters and 753 screens, has priced its shares ahead of its flotation on the London Stock Exchange.
It is the calm before the storm. European exhibitors predict a quiet weekend as pics flee the market before the first tentpole of the summer season, "Spider-Man 3," swings into theaters.
The Danish Film Institute has tapped newspaper exec Henrik Bo Nielsen as chief executive.