China Film Group's planned stock market listing is unlikely to happen before the Chinese New Year on Feb. 7.
With studios starting to drop the ax on staffers in order to cut costs during the strike, development deals with producers may not be far behind.
"The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards Announcement" -- doesn't quite have the same ring to it, does it?
Deals with indie film companies that were supposed to fall like dominoes in the wake of United Artists' interim agreement with the Writers Guild have not done so.
Norway's film business had a disappointing 2007.
Mexico's new generation of helmers will be in the spotlight at the 31st Gothenburg Film Festival, which kicks off Jan 25.
The two remaining studios backing HD DVD could switch sides soon, ending the high-def format war instantly.
"Heavy Metal in Baghdad," a doc about a headbanging band's travails in Iraq, has been picked up for North America by Arts Alliance America.
South Korea's box office turned in a mixed performance in 2007, falling 5.5% off 2006's record level.
Two maverick Slovak helmers who turn 70 this year will draw kudos for contributions to world cinema at the Karlovy Vary fest this summer.
HBO, which launched Picturehouse in 2005 as a 50-50 venture with New Line, is reevaluating its relationship with the specialty unit.