Johan Mardell, head of production at leading Swedish film company Svensk, is ankling April 1 to set up his own shingle.
Lebanese authorities have banned "Persepolis" after fears it may exacerbate the fragile political situation there.
The economic recession and 3-D technology were two of the big buzz topics early on at ShoWest, as top studio execs on the international side gathered for the first "state of the union" confab Monday…
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Filming 'Love Ranch' has been a roller coaster of an experience. The best thing about it have been my two co-stars. Joe Pesci, because he makes me laugh and is a great professional.
Spain's ruling PSOE socialist party won a second term of office at Sunday general elections, marking generally good tidings for the country's film and TV industries.
Shooting has restarted in Vancouver on Terry Gilliam's "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," with Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law all replacing Heath Ledger in the cast.
Jumpstarting the dealmaking at the South by Southwest Film Festival, IFC Entertainment has snapped up worldwide rights to "Nights and Weekends" -- the first time a film world preeming at SXSW has…
The Gen Art Film Festival bows April 2 in Gotham with a screening of Sundance selection "Diminished Capacity," directed by Terry Kinney and starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Alda and Virginia Madsen.
Twentieth Century Fox has set Mila Kunis to star opposite Mark Wahlberg in "Max Payne," the John Moore-directed action adaptation of the Rockstar videogame.
Justin Long has signed on to star opposite Alison Lohman in Sam Raimi's supernatural thriller "Drag Me to Hell" for Ghost House Pictures.
Odd Lot Entertainment has acquired the rights and will finance and produce the coming-of-age comedy "Imaginary Larry," which Larry Guterman will direct.