Summer ended pleasantly at the European box office with three new arrivals — "Step Brothers" in U.K., "Kung Fu Panda" in Italy and "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" in Spain — all meeting expectations…
New Line has extended its output deal with Canuck distributor Alliance Films until fall 2009.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will pay tribute to the "father of the electric guitar" this fall.
The 65th Venice Film Festival looked to the future Tuesday with a high-caliber confab on 3-D cinema. Fest topper Marco Mueller has made clear he is eager to launch pics in the format from the Lido.
Domenico Procacci, the prominent Italo producer behind "Gomorrah" and Ferzan Ozpetek's Venice competish drama "A Perfect Day," has a trio of new projects in the pipeline, including an adaptation of…
Tim Roth is to star in the title role of satcaster Sky One's drama "Skellig," which will be released theatrically following its TV preem next spring.
Pedro Almodovar has wooed Sony Pictures Classics to "Broken Embraces," the helmer's latest collaboration with "Volver" thesp Penelope Cruz.
A harrowing vision of a hell on earth, not-for-the-squeamish docu "Children of the Pyre" profiles seven Indian boys who tend an ancient, sprawling, 24/7 open-air crematorium.
A bit of a letdown after her insidiously clever 2002 debut, "He Loves Me … He Loves Me Not," thesp-turned-writer-director Laetitia Colombani's sophomore feature takes a mildly satiric look at…
Feature film projects by Pang Ho-cheung, Wee Li-lin, Kenneth Bi and Zero Chou are among the yet-to-be-made packages selected for the upcoming Tokyo Project Gathering (Oct 21-24).
"Cape No. 7," a debut feature by helmer Wei Te-sheng, has secured Taiwan's nomination as the territory's contender for the foreign-language Oscar.