The sensorial cinema of Gabriel Mascaro, who turned the life of a group of cowhands into a poetic experience in Neon Bull (Boi Neon), was the big winner at the 17th edition of Rio de Janeiro’s International Film Festival.
Top brass have announced the films in official selection at the Mexican festival’s fourth annual edition, set to run from November 11-15.
The collaboration with the subsidiary of video game developer and publisher Take-Two Interactive Software are teaming up on the graphic novel adaptation.
Period drama stars David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike.
The distributor picked up all US rights at the Hot Docs International Film Festival to Su Rynard’s cautionary environmental documentary.
According to reports the studio and DiCaprio’s Appian Way have optioned a four-page book proposal about the ongoing crisis at the German car manufacturer with a view to a feature adaptation.
The eight-year company veteran has been promoted to evp and general sales manager of domestic theatrical distribution.
Celebration! Cinemas CEO John D Loeks has been appointed chairman following the annual general meeting of the National Association Of Theatre Owners (NATO) in Washington from October 7-8.
The set decorator, costume designer and production designer will receive the Art Directors Guild’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the 20th Annual Excellence In Production Design Awards on January 31, 2016.
Jeremy Barrett has joined the LA-based strategic consultancy and media production company as executive producer.
The first-annual Asian World Film Festival (AWFF) has announced its competition line-up.
Doha Film Institute unveils first titles for third edition of Ajyal, confirms second edition of Qumra.
France’s Adama also nominated for European Film Awards.
A Little Chaos producer Faivre keynoted at the PFM in London about day-and-date and the theatrical experience.
Documentary filmmaker places a focus on the lives of women across the globe
Goodbye Mr Loser knocked Lost In Hong Kong from the top spot.
The reformed draft budget will now be put to vote at the European Parliament.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter of 12 Years A Slave will direct from his own script for Broad Green Pictures and Imagine Entertainment.
Screen editor Matt Mueller on the early rumblings of awards season.
Filmmaker revealed the process behind making his critically acclaimed box office hit.
Director Joe Wright and producer Paul Webster talk to NFTS about their vision for ‘Pan’ and making a tentpole movie with Warner Bros.
The Brooklyn-based, Canadian filmmaker son to Trinidadian immigrants was in Port Of Spain last month to pitch his drama at the trinidad + tobago film festival’s Caribbean Film Mart.
Rome’s new-look market is putting the onus on convergence to bring cinema, TV and video games under one roof. Melanie Goodfellow reports on the festival’s first International Audiovisual Market.
The 28th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival will shine a spotlight on home-grown cinema, offering fans of Japanese film a taste of everything. Chris Gallagher reports.
Matthew Liu, president of Youku Tudou’s film arm Heyi Pictures, talks about the company’s international expansion plans and the convergence of the film and internet industries in China.
Rampaging dinosaurs, Marvel superheroes and animated emotions powered the US box office to its second biggest summer of all time.
In the UK, there were spectacular results for studio fare such as Minions, as well as indie titles like Amy and 45 Years.
The Screen Awards set to take place in London next month.
Fox/Fox Searchlight, Universal and Metrodome lead the nominations; Amy Winehouse documentary is the most nominated film.