A young filmmaker's personal odyssey in the Atlantic in the wake of his mother's death forms the heart of the mesmerizing doc-meets-essay film, "Balaou."
The Jason Bourne novels will receive the Variety Blockbuster Book to Film Award, one of the special prizes announced in advance of the third annual Quill Awards.
Studio Hamburg Produktion has appointed Guenther Russ as deputy managing director at Studio Hamburg Produktion, joining co-deputy managing director Kerstin Ramcke.
Eastern European Acquisition Pool has inked a slew of programming deals throughout Eastern Europe, including a film package to Hungarian pubcaster Duna TV that includes Michael Moore's "Sicko" and…
France's TF1 Intl. has taken international rights outside the U.S. and Italy to Spike Lee's WWII drama "Miracle at St. Anna," about black American soldiers and Italian partisans fighting German…
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has signed a preliminary agreement to acquire the 500-strong French film library and sales company Roissy Films.
Breaking with Spanish films' nightmare year at the box office, Juan Antonio Bayona's psychological chiller "The Orphanage" grossed a first four-day Euros 5.8 million ($8.3 million) over Oct.11-14…
Spotboy Motion Pictures, the second production label of Indian entertainment conglom UTV, has expanded its Hindi-language slate with a trio of projects.
Diversifying from its mainly horror and animation fare, Barcelona mini-major Filmax Ent. will adapt Valerie Tasso's best-selling erotic novel "Diario de una ninfomana" (Diary of a Nymphomaniac).
The 40th edition Sitges Intl. Film Festival of Catalonia, Europe's biggest fantasy film event, underscored Spain's growing genre pic power.
Revenue from ads on movie screens reached $455.7 million in 2006, up 15% from $394.8 million in 2005, according to a report out today from the Cinema Advertising Council.
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