Organizers of the Toronto Film Festival unveiled on Tuesday their picks for the top 10 Canuck films of the last year. Notably absent is "Bon Cop, Bad Cop," the top-grossing film within Canada with a…
Julia Roberts will produce a feature adaptation of Lolly Winston's bestselling novel "Happiness Sold Separately," with an eye to star in the pic. Scott Coffey ("Ellie Parker") will direct and adapt.
"Borat" continues to be bullied. Another lawsuit has been filed in relation to the Sacha Baron Cohen mockumentary, this time by a man in South Carolina who is suing a restaurant for allowing Cohen to…
An unwieldy mix of self-conscious camp and heavy-handed allegory, "Automatons" plays like a cheesy '50s no-budget sci-fier with serious delusions of grandeur. Even at 83 minutes, however, pic feels…
Breaking from the judgments of critical brethren elsewhere to date, the S.F. Film Critics' Circle selected Todd Field's "Little Children" for its best picture of 2006.
This year's Talent Campus event at the Berlin Intl. Film Festival will kick off Feb. 10 with the Berlin Today Award, presented to the winner of the international short film competition.
Madrid is adding another festival to an already crowded European calendar.
While seasonal fare baked in Hollywood was being devoured in most European territories, local delicacies were a hit with the Gallic crowd and Bollywood pics spiced up the market in Blighty.
Lionsgate has picked up North American rights to Gary Oldman starrer "The Backwoods." English-language thriller, the feature debut of Spanish helmer Koldo Serra, is set in Basque country in 1978.
Cinemagoing in Africa and the Middle East is rising sharply, according to Dodona Research. The U.K.-based cinema analysts predict that admissions in 2010 will be 40% higher than those in 2005.
Norwegian and Finnish pics are enjoying a bumper year at home this year.