Friday night's closing festivities of the 31st Cairo Film Festival saw Florent-Emilio Siri"s Toronto-preemed antiwar pic "Intimate Enemies" take home awards for director and the Golden Pyramid for…
San Francisco-based Viz Pictures will distrib "Maiko Haaaan!!!," Kankuro Kudo's hit laffer about a salaryman obsessed with geisha, according to Japanese press reports.
Will Smith's "I Am Legend" received a full-scale consumer press junket in Hong Kong on Friday, but despite the best efforts of its star and producers the film won't open in China anytime soon.
The specialty biz lit up over the weekend as Fox Searchlight's offbeat dramedy "Juno" and Focus Features' period piece "Atonement" made strong debuts.
On Sunday, the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Assn. announced its selection of "No Country for Old Men" as best film of 2007.
"There Will Be Blood" was the top winner Sunday in annual kudos handed out by the New York Film Critics Online.
Shooting has got underway on "Painted Skin," a big-budget thriller starring Donnie Yen and Zhou Xun ("The Banquet").
While "The Golden Compass" may have been off the mark in its domestic debut, the action fantasy film seems to have found its bearings abroad.
The 11th edition of the Tallinn Black Nights festival closed Dec. 8 in the Estonian capital on a sense of buoyancy for the local industry more than confirmed by international fest representation and…
The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. proved a bloodthirsty lot on Sunday, giving Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" four awards, including picture and director.
The Boston Society of Film Critics dealt out its own hand of winners at this year's meeting, with kudos going to favorites such as "No Country for Old Men," "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" and…