Public film funder Filmstiftung NRW in January lined up more than $17 million in support of 26 pic projects which include thesps Armin Mueller-Stahl, Juliette Binoche and Martina Gedeck.
Canada's thesps and producers have agreed to return to the bargaining table Tuesday and Wednesday, with a seasoned federal mediator sitting in at the request of Canada's labor minister, who expressed…
Showing the worldwide drawing power of Will Smith, "The Pursuit of Happyness" topped a healthy weekend at the international box office with $16 million at 3,100 playdates in two dozen markets.
World preems dominated the awards for the 22nd edition of the Santa Barbara film festival, announced Sunday.
"Frozen City," an ensemble drama by Aku Louhimies about the ordeals of a Finnish cab driver, was the big winner at Finland's Jussi Awards on Sunday night.
Marit Kapla has been named the new program director of Sweden's Goteborg Film Festival, replacing Jannike Ahlund, who announced Sunday, as the event wrapped, that she's ankling for private reasons.
Swedish helmer Johan Kling's feature debut "Darling," about an egocentric, bourgeois girl and her encounter with an aged engineer, won the $140,000 Nordic Film Award at Sweden's Goteborg Film…
Lionsgate Entertainment Corp. cemented its move into Oz late last week with a takeover bid for Magna Pacific, a listed Brisbane-based home entertainment distributor.
Underscoring the changes rocking the Hungarian film industry, the Hungarian Motion Picture Public Foundation (MMK) announced the government is giving it control of two vital pieces of state-owned…
Horror, humor and heartache claimed the top slots at Clermont-Ferrand as "The Last Dog in Rwanda," by Jens Assur of Sweden, won the Intl. Grand Prix, Philippe Pollet-Villard's "The Mozart of…