From the Army Archerd Archive
A British court has ruled that a company purporting to make a biopic on Jimi Hendrix has no rights to the late guitarist's music or likeness and has to go through Experience Hendrix for any rights…
Canada's Alliance Atlantis and Oz-based Arclight Films have created a joint U.S. venture, Union Station Media, to distribute films in ancillary markets Stateside.
Pablofilm, Italy's sole truly independent production/distribution stable, is shuttering because it can no longer compete against the media duopoly of pubcaster RAI and Silvio Berlusconi's Mediasest.
Laurence Malkin's "Five Fingers" catches its digits on repetitious dialogue and sadistic mutilations bound to provoke groans of disbelief rather than winces of horror. Tale of a Dutch musician…
The broad comedy and melodrama of writer-director Yasmin Ahmad's "Gubra" suggest it was rushed into production to capitalize on the success of his sleeper hit "Sepet." There's enough in this…
Gustavo Fontan's exquisite alternative pic "The Tree" builds a resonant experience from the filmmaker's father trying to figure out what to do with a dying tree in his Buenos Aires yard. The pic is a…
Disney's Latin label Miravista is producing its first Mexican film since setting up a local production office last year under producer Inna Payan ("Chilango Blues").
The Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival has announced that Jeff Barbakow will head the board of directors for its 2007 festival.
Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will issue the original, theatrical version of the "Star Wars" trilogy for the first time on DVD Sept. 12.