The dating game for movies is more popular than ever as distributors comb the release calendar to check for openings and survey the competition.
Argentina's 23rd Mar del Plata Intl. Film Festival, Latin America's only FIAPF category one fest, will hold Intercine, a market for showcasing domestic pics, in an effort to expand sales.
Chinese director Chen Kaige's $15 million biopic of late Peking Opera star Mei Lanfang will be released Dec. 12 and rights are already selling well in Asian markets, according to China Film Group.
Silent film star Harold Lloyd will be under the spotlight at the 35th Ghent Film Festival with an exhibition and retrospective of four newly restored films -- "Safety Last!" (1923), "The Freshman"…
Netflix exec Bahman Naraghi has been tapped chief operating officer of Graham King's production company GK Films.
Brad Pitt has closed his deal to star in "Inglorious Bastards," the WWII drama that Quentin Tarantino will direct for the Weinstein Co. and Universal.
CAA has signed "I, Robot" director Alex Proyas. The writer-director, who just completed production on the Nicolas Cage-Rose Byrne starrer "Knowing," had been repped by Endeavor.
Sony's R-rated stoner comedy "Pineapple Express" lit up the box office on Wednesday, grossing $12.1 million from 3,072 theaters to toke on the best Wednesday opening ever for August.
Fast-rising Brit thesp Rebecca Hall has joined the cast of Ealing Studios' Oscar Wilde bigscreen adaptation "Dorian Gray."
Academy Award-winning U.S. film-maker Jonathan Demme will chair the competition jury at September's San Sebastian Festival.
The foreign language Oscar race has kicked off with South Korea among the first countries to unveil its choice.
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