While there is some call for "guarded optimism," Canadian drama must not be left in the hands of accountants or it will fizzle, "Due South" thesp Paul Gross told actors gathered in Toronto Tuesday.
The Swedish government and the local industry have signed an agreement to secure the financing of movie funder the Swedish Film Institute until Dec. 31, 2005.
South African filmmaker Tim Greene, who begged on the streets last year to raise coin for his first full-length pic, has been awarded R1 million ($156,000) by the National Film and Video Foundation…
The future of Russia's film showcase and competish Kinotavr, which began in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Tuesday, looks shaky after fest organizer Mark Rudinshtein and president Oleg Yankovsky…
The big fear about "product integration" has been that programmers will put the cart before the horse -- or in this case, the Pontiac GTO before the movie. Allegedly an "action-packed" drama, this…
The power-sharing arrangement of Tom Freston and Leslie Moonves promises to catapult Viacom into a succession of policy and personnel changes that will re-shape the company.