A businessman released from captivity becomes obsessed with rescuing a stranded cosmonaut in "Cosmos."
A little over a year ago, the Mouse's ears were a little droopy. After a string of disappointments and increased competition from outsiders, Disney's top brass felt the studio was losing its G- and…
The wildcatter is ready to stake his claim. Walden Media, the film venture backed by Denver-based billionaire Philip Anschutz, is set to unleash seven pics during the next year aimed squarely at the…
The beleaguered group of people who book talent for TV talkshows have certain essential rules. And with the onset of awards season, the job becomes even more stressful.
The Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council is going back to the classics for its 2007 film fest.
When a "surprise screening" of Paramount Vantage's "There Will Be Blood" closed out Harry Knowles' Fantastic Film Fest in Austin Sept. 27, the review community was caught off-guard. A Paul Thomas…
Ten years after its first humble appearance at the Pusan Intl. Film Festival that few might have even noticed, the European Film Promotion will now be filling new direct flight service from Munich to…
Winning the Palme d'Or is a career-changing experience for any filmmaker, but for Cristian Mungiu, whose "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" took this year's top honor at the Cannes Film Festival and is…
With the October film festival calendar already bursting at the seams with international jamborees in Pusan, London, Rome, Antalya and Tokyo, the addition of another fest that month might normally…
For French producers keen to crack the Asian market, Pusan is fast becoming a shop window sans pareil.
You wait years for a film from Afghanistan and then a clutch turn up all at the same time. Afghan helmer Siddiq Barmak is busy editing "Opium War," his follow-up to 2003 debut "Osama." Pic tells the…