The Norwegian Bergen Intl. Film Festival kicks off Wednesday with Jan Troell's Swedish Oscar hopeful "Everlasting Moments," one of 147 features unspooling in a bigger program than ever before.
The Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro), a Japanese government trade promotion org, will join with United Television Broadcasting Systems (UTB), an L.A.-based Japanese-language broadcaster, to…
Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Germany's most famous literary critic, stunned the German Television Awards ceremony on Saturday night when he refused its lifetime achievement award and denounced the whole…
The specialty box office continued to pick up the pace over the weekend as Sony Pictures Classics' Anne Hathaway starrer "Rachel Getting Married" expanded successfully and Lionsgate's Bill Maher docu…
The Morelia Intl. Film Fest handed top honors to one of Mexico's most buzzed-about directors and a breakout female filmmaker in its closing ceremony Saturday night.
South Australia's AMPCO, Salon Films of Hong Kong and China's Zhejiang Hengdian Film company have announced the formation of a China-Australia co-production alliance at the Hengdian World Studios to…
Strike or no strike? The fate of the Screen Actors Guild long-running contract negotiations drama could become much clearer by the end of this week.
Film execs in Abu Dhabi scored a one-two combo this weekend, announcing a $100 million production deal with National Geographic, and unveiling a multibillion-dollar media zone dubbed twofour54, with…
Russia's latest blockbuster release, Bolshevik Revolution period drama "Admiral," saw record-breaking opening figures for the territory as it pulled in $13.2 million on just over 2 million admissions…
The box office market share of local films in the Korean theatrical market hit 54% in September, the second highest monthly figure this year. But the overall B.O. in 2008 is down on last year.
The Academy has changed its tune: Oscar music hopefuls have been given clearance to send out CDs to voting members of the Music Branch.