British horrormeister Christopher Lee will pass on some tips of his ghoulish trade at the Karlovy Vary film festival next week.
Saregama, one of India's leading music and video distributors, will spend 1.5 billion rupees ($35 million) over the next year to expand movie production, per vice chairman Sanjiv Goenka.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is planning a major retrospective and exhibit on Ingmar Bergman, set to debut in at its Beverly Hills headquarters in January 2010.
With SAG's feature-primetime contract expiring, the majors turned up the pressure Monday by making the guild a last, best and final offer.
The British Independent Film Awards bash will take place at the new venue of London's Old Billingsgate Market on Nov. 30.
The Berlinale's World Cinema Fund has selected five film projects, including three from Latin America, for production coin in its latest selection round.
Estonia's "Autumn Ball" took the Golden Moon at the 23rd Cinema Jove Intl. Film Fest, which wrapped Saturday.
Jonathan Levine's "The Wackness" and James Marsh's "Man on a Wire" have taken the top audience awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
HBO is hyper for "Manic," a one-hour drama project based on the bestselling Terri Cheney book "Manic, A Memoir."
Legendary Pictures has confirmed it is developing a "300" follow-up for Warner Bros. that Frank Miller is writing and Zack Snyder is intended to direct.
Billy Crystal has signed with CAA, after leaving ICM last week.