Spanish arthouse distributor Golem has picked up all rights to Spain on Berlinale Competition contender "Desert Dream" from France's Rezo.
Cuba's most prominent director Fernando Perez has signed on to helm a film about Cuban poet and freedom fighter Jose Marti.
It was German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck who said, ``There are two things you don't want to see being made: sausage and legislation.'' Having examined the former in landmark 1976 docu ``Meat,''…
Before Arthur Penn ever helmed such seminal films as "The Left Handed Gun," "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Night Moves," there were estimable forays into TV and on Broadway.
Antonio Banderas' Spain-based production shingle, Green Moon Producciones, is teaming with Maestranza Films to produce films featuring new directors and talent drawn from his native Andalusia.
Optimum Releasing has continued its acquisition spree by picking up U.K. rights to John August's directorial debut "The Nines" from GreeneStreet Films.
John Stannard has become a partner in DDA Public Relations and chief financial officer of DDA Event Management.
Helmer Hanro Smitsman's "Contact" scooped the Berlinale's Golden Bear for short film on Wednesday.
The murder trial of celebrity photographer Philippe Halsman, whose photos regularly graced the covers of Life magazine from the 1940s through the 1970s, is the focus of Lilly Berger's first film…
Admissions across the European Union rose an average 3.4% in 2006 to a total 907 million tickets sold in 24 territories, according to EU movie data entity Media Salles.
Lakeshore has set an April start date for "Pathology," a drama about medical students who compete to see which can commit the perfect murder.