Navigating the American Film Market can be difficult for new companies, especially ones from places like India.
After Dark Films and Lionsgate have acquired "Mulberry Street," a horror pic that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The American Film Market's long-distance relationship with Hollywood-based AFI Fest is working, says fest director Christian Gaines.
The most successful indie pics in Oz this year have been older-skewing European dramas, many of which have performed exponentially better Down Under than they did in their home or other…
From some angles, the Benelux market exists as a whole, with films such as "Apocalypto" seeing territory-wide success.
Indie distribs are suffering with the slow overall theatrical market that has failed to grow, despite a combination of positive factors, such as a heated economy, the expansion of the exhib circuit…
Richard Roxburgh's directorial debut "Romulus, My Father" garnered 15 nominations including best film in Down Under's AFI Awards, the pre-eminent domestic film and TV industry kudos presented by the…
Aspiring to become the capital's No.1 fest, the World Film Festival of Bangkok kicks off today with Japanese-Mongolian epic "Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea" and more than 70 films.
The otherwise remarkably staid Canuck film distribution scene has seen some seismic shifts this year.
When the American Black Film Festival began 11 years ago, the idea was for the event to be a kind of retreat. "The reason we went to Acapulco for the first five years," founder Jeff Friday explains…
The Sundance Institute will unveil on Friday the seven projects selected for its third annual Middle East Screenwriters Lab to take place Sunday through Nov. 1 in a Bedouin tent in Jordan.