"The Blue Hour" is a well-turned, melancholy item set on and around the Los Angeles River.
The Middle and Near East topped the nominations list of the first ever Asia Pacific Screen Awards, a new regional kudofest to be held in Australia's Gold Coast in November.
The Irish Film Board has been awarded an extra Euros 2 million ($2.8 million) from the government to attract foreign films and TV projects to shoot in Ireland.
A barrage of midrange fare, led by "The Brave One," swamped the European box office this weekend, but despite first place finishes for openers in the U.K., Germany, Spain and France, no newcomer…
ContentFilm Intl. has acquired worldwide rights outside Australia and New Zealand to Robert Connolly's upcoming project "Balibo," a true-life thriller starring Anthony LaPaglia.
Jane Tranter, controller BBC Fiction, unveiled the new structure for BBC Films at a confab on Tuesday, re-affirming the BBC's commitment to filmmaking and announcing a sharpened focus on family…
Warner Bros. Ent. Espana and Pedro and Agustin Almodovar's shingle El Deseo have inked a joint development and co-production pact for films in Spain.
Helmer Nikita Mikhalkov, whose "Burnt by the Sun" took the foreign language film Oscar in 1995, will rep Russia for the fourth time with latest pic "12."
Icon Film Distribution has upped Hugo Grumbar to head of distribution from head of group marketing.
On Saturday, German helmer Marc Rothemund delivered the Variety Militans Lecture at the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht.
Gotham-based Cinetic Media has pacted with new Canuck distrib Maximum Films to handle Cinetic films in Canada.