UFO-spotting crazies and their fellow conspiracy theorists have a friend in Dale Sweeney in "I'll Believe You," an off-kilter extraterrestrial comedy about the host of the lowest-rated AM talkradio…
A pint-size martial artist offers hijinks and high kicks in the pleasing Nipponese kidpic "Kung Fu Kid."
"The Rind" charts a corporate drone's disintegration as he struggles to maintain the shared glory of a deceased collaborator.
The extreme-skiing movie "Steep" is less a documentary than a sales pitch -- not for a product or a place, but for a sport,
Portugal's Filmes Do Tejo and Spain's Ficcion Producciones have inked with Brazil's MPC & Associados to co-produce "Entre a Dor e o Nada" (Absence), helmed by Brazilian Alberto Graca.
The Writers' Guild of Great Britain is taking a stand of solidarity with its striking American counterparts.
In one of Germany's biggest tax fraud cases, Andreas Schmid, the founder and former topper of private film investment fund VIP Medienfonds, has been sentenced to six years in prison for tax evasion.
"Linha de passe," co-directed by Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas, has been sold to Diaphana in France, RAI Cinema in Italy, Cineart in Benelux, Spentzos in Greece, CLMC in Portugal and Shani in…
Wounded by a mauling from European crix, "Lions for Lambs" opened with a whimper not a growl at Euro wickets this weekend.
The South Korean film industry claimed victory at the inaugural Asia-Pacific Screen Awards with the Lee Chang-dong-helmed drama "Secret Sunshine" claiming the best movie prize. Pic's star Jeon…
Irrespective of whether they're threatening to strike, writers have traditionally been at the bottom of the representation food chain. Even when it came to signing with managers, for a long time…