What to do about the weather? That, too, is on Berlinale topper Dieter Kosslick's mind, as he flitted among the 52 appointments, speeches and places to be Wednesday.
London-based hedge fund Marwyn Investment Management said it wants to set up a distribution company spanning Europe and North America, kicking off with a $160 million deal to acquire Toronto-based…
Shinjuku Wald 9, the first true multiplex to be built in Tokyo's largest entertainment district, has earned a sterling ¥26,200,000 ($216,529) in its first four days of operation.
Thoughtful writer-helmer Ross Weber takes on a number of tough subjects and covers the territory well, if sometimes sketchily, in this confidently handled character study of three couples on a messy…
German writer-director Christian Petzold returns to top form in "Yella," another precision-helmed, tightly wound, metaphysical thriller that confirms him as one of Germany's finest middle-generation…
Addressing the fictional assassination of Danish PM Anders Fogh Rasmussen, hard-core mockumentary "AFR" inventively plays fast and loose with the truth to create an outlandish but stylish provocation…
Taking as its 2007 theme "Revolution," San Jose's Cinequest is ramping up a longtime focus on new technologies and diverse outreach in its 17th edition. To be sure, the main event will be traditional…
Visual effects pioneer and matte artist Peter Ellenshaw, who won an Oscar for "Mary Poppins," died Monday in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 93.
A film whose time has come but whose dramatic expression apparently has not, "The Lark Farm" is all the more disappointing for being the first high-profile picture after Atom Egoyan's "Ararat" to…
"Beaufort" recounts Israel's evacuation of the Southern Lebanese mountaintop fortress of the title in 2000. Script endeavors to maintain a politically neutral stance, sticking to the ground soldiers'…
South Korea's CJ Entertainment has sold Competition pic "I'm a Cyborg, but That's OK" to Japan's Tokyo Theaters and to Wild Side for France.