AFI has selected 15 films to screen at its Los Angeles International Film Festival, including world premieres of documentaries "Public Enemy: Welcome to the Terrordome" and "1,000 Journals."
Ken Loach's immigration-themed drama "It's a Free World" will open the 18th edition of the Dinard British Film Festival, which takes place in the French seaside resort Oct. 4-7.
Germany's association of directors, Bundesverband Regie, is calling for a review of the $80 million-a-year Federal Film Fund following the collapse of Jan de Bont's "Stopping Power."
Ralph Fiennes has joined Keira Knightley in Saul Dibb's "The Duchess," which starts shooting Sept. 23 in London.
Sales agent Fortissimo Films and Maximum Films, the Canadian producer-distributor headed by veteran producer Robert Lantos, have struck a two-year deal to represent each other's titles.
A murder in a small provincial town yields multiple suspects in "The Girl by the Lake," an engrossing thriller that keeps auds guessing and reps a handsome feature debut for helmer Andrea Molaioli.
Peter Tsi Ka-kei has quit as executive director of the Hong Kong Film Festival.
August ranked as South Korea's best month in box office history, with local hits "D-War" and "May 18" powering the monthly total to 21.92 million admissions.
Teamsters Local 399, which reps over 4,000 studio drivers, casting directors and location managers, has re-elected Leo Reed without opposition to a three-year term as secretary-treasurer of the local.
A documentary that's no more than a string of images, "Useless" is pretty much that.
A provocative, searingly political updating of the Old Testament story.