Robert Redford was in Brooklyn on Thursday to announce a collaboration between Sundance Institute and the Brooklyn Academy of Music called "The Creative Latitude: Sundance Institute at BAM."
The Bangkok Film Festival (Feb. 17 - 29) has set local title "Invisible Waves" as its opening film. The highest-profile Thai movie of the year, pic is a psycho thriller about a man on the run from…
Gallic box office dropped 10% in 2005, the French National Federation of Cinemas (FNCF), confirmed Thursday. Admissions were down to 176 million.
Tristan Bauer's Falklands War drama "Iluminados por el fuego" has nabbed 11 nominations, including director, actor for Gaston Pauls and supporting actress for Virginia Innocenti in Argentina's…
France's Thomson group, owner of Technicolor, will take a 17.5% stake in Tarak Ben Ammar's Datacine group of French post-production facilities, the two announced Thursday. Over the past three years…
Large-screen exhibitor Imax continues its march around the globe, inking deals to open Imax MPX screens in China and India.
Industry self-help group Women in Film and Television Intl. has opened a branch in Hong Kong.
Debutant Mexican helmer Tin Dirdamal's "No One" reps a moving portrait of Central American immigrants passing through Mexico to El Norte in search of a better life. Slickly assembled but ultimately…
Reel Life: According to statistics, newspaper readership is declining, but how can this be? Life has many pleasures, but few can compare with the joy of reading the entertainment section of a paper…
Opting mostly for moderate-scale dramas from specialty divisions, members of the Directors Guild of America gave best director nominations to George Clooney, Paul Haggis, Ang Lee, Bennett Miller and…
When Hollywood gets political, so do the Oscars. Capping an unusually lengthy search, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has inked Jon Stewart to host the 78th annual Academy Awards. It…