The 49th Nordic Film Days kick off todayin Lubeck, Germany.
A WGA strike could have a fast and severe effect on post-production houses, especially those that get the bulk of their work from television.
Cult auteur Takashi Miike, whose filmography is approaching 80 pics, has had his biggest hit yet with gangbanger epic "Crows."
Hermaphrodite drama "XXY," Argentina's candidate for the foreign-language Oscar nomination and the Spanish Goya Awards, tops the list of noms for the 2007 Sur awards of the Argentine Film Arts and…
Although strike anxiety is clouding Hollywood's outlook, the New York film business views the labor mess as a potential silver lining.
Few companies can go the distance on the foreign sales circuit, but Shoreline Entertainment, now 15 years old, is among that elite group.
After co-producing "Glengary Glen Ross," Morris Ruskin starts Shoreline with a financing partner; deals in place with Fine Line and Warner Bros.
The Rotterdam Film Festival's Hubert Bals Fund has awarded E435,000 ($627,000) to 28 projects from 18 countries.
A sampling of Shoreline projects in the works or recently completed pickups.
As buyers, sellers, producers and agents converge on Santa Monica today for the American Film Market, many of the participants will be focused on news emanating from Writers Guild of America…
The backstory on Shoreline's top film trio.