Warren Lieberfarb, former prexy of Warner Home Video, provided a glimpse of what the movie business may look like in 10 years during the first Berlinale Keynotes, a new format that will tackle issues…
"Waitress," written and directed by the late Adrienne Shelly, will open the 13th annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, which runs Feb. 28-March 4 in Aspen, Colo.
Move over Edith Piaf. The story of smoky-voiced Swedish chanteuse Zarah Leander, who became a stage and film star in Nazi Germany, is coming to the big screen.
Paul Schrader's "The Walker" reworks one of his favorite plot tropes: the ne'er-do-well whose soul is purified in the heat of a murder investigation. Even if this isn't Schrader's best, it's hardly…
Another painstakingly shot but uneventful exercise in the less-is-more style of Argentine arthouse cinema, Ariel Rotter's "The Other" short-circuits an intriguing premise about the Pirandellian…
Shoji Udagawa has quit the Kadokawa company in Japan to join Filosophia Entertainment Alliance.
They are watching you. The Berlinale already uses night vision equipment, bag checks and security staff to combat piracy.
Karina Korenblum is to quit Paris-based Celluloid Dreams after the EFM and move to Berlin in March.
Academy Breaks kicked off Monday at the HomeBase with an informal chat featuring screenwriters Greg Latter and Fred Breinersdorfer.
The Intl. Emerging Talent Film Festival is rounding out events for its debut edition in Monte Carlo in May.