Sad saga of slain reporter Danny Pearl makes it to the bigscreen with facts, figures and beating heart intact.
Wretchedness commutes between the Ukraine and Austria in "Import Export."
A fastidiously grim ghost story that rattles the bones of the haunted-house genre.
A flawed but sensitively wrought first feature from writer-director Mia Hansen-Love.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards, an ambitious event for pics from 70 regional countries to be staged Nov. 13 on Australia's Gold Coast, has unveiled a nine-person nomination council.
Paramount has acquired Bob Weide's "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People" for distribution in English-speaking territories excluding North America.
"Mein Kampf," a fictitious account of Adolf Hitler's period as a young man in Vienna, will be produced by Schiwago Film, with Urs Odermatt directing.
Fox has taken rights to Brazil, the rest of Latin America and Portugal on "Embodiment of Evil," the first film in 28 years by Brazilian horror pic actor-director Jose Mojica Marins.
Despite the fond Cannes reception for "Sicko," Michael Moore told Variety editor-in- chief Peter Bart that he feels sapped by his critics' relentless attacks.
Buyers have their checkbooks poised for competition pic "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," which screens today. The Pathe-backed tearjerker pre-sold to around 10 territories at Berlin on the basis…
"A BON commencement bonne fin." A good beginning makes a good end, say the French. (They are saying a lot these days with their controversial new president, but we could apply this to the Cannes Film…
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