Chris Pratt Plays Word Sneak With Jimmy Fallon
Pratt makes saying "Titmouse" sound naturalread more
Russian Venice Winner Pulls Film From Foreign-Language Oscar Consideration
Andrei Konchalovsky withdraws his Silver Lion winner before the country picks its contender, citing Russia's "Hollywoodization"read more
Nicolas Cage's 'Outcast' Pulled From Release in China
Producer is baffled why the planned debut of the co-production was halted last-minuteread more
San Sebastian New Talent: Gorka Gamarra
Living in Rwanda, Basque-born Gorka Gamarra broke through with docu-feature “Umurage,” bearing witness to its reconciliation process after the Tutsi massacres in 1994.  He has now turned his poli...
Victoria Beckham Named UN Goodwill Ambassador
"Posh Spice" will work with the organization's program on HIV/AIDSread more
Spanish ‘Riboldi,’ ‘Seekers’ to play in Toulouse
Within a total of 84 projects showcasing at Toulouse’s 25th Cartoon Forum, Spain is presenting five  – over half of which are international coproductions. By comparison, Spain presented three...
Chinese Online Movie-Ticket Sales Rose 43 Percent Last Year, Study Finds
The number of people who paid for tickets with mobile phones increased by 109 percentread more
Stephen Fry Apologizes for Taking Cocaine at Buckingham Palace
The U.K. actor also admitted to taking the drug at Pinewood Studios and BBC headquartersread more
'Gone Girl': What the Critics Are Saying
Directed by David Fincher, the NYFF opener stars Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perryread more
Arthur de Kersauson and Clement Beauvais Talk About ‘The Greasy Hands Preachers’
From “Easy Rider” to “The Motorcycle Diaries,” the motorbike has become a potent cinematic symbol of open-road freedom, escape and rebellion. But “The Greasy Hands Preachers,”...
Spain’s Luis Minarro Revisits ‘Salome’ Myth as Helmer (EXCLUSIVE)
Luis Minarro, one of Spain’s best-know arthouse film producers, is boarding “Salome,” his second fiction-feature as director, a revisitation of the classic and biblical myth of Salome. “Sa...
TrustNordisk Sells Susanne Bier’s ‘A Second Chance’ to France, U.K.
TrustNordisk has closed major European sales on Susanne Bier’s “A Second Chance” following its European premiere at San Sebastian. The Zentropa-produced drama, which opened at Toront...
Ribiere Plans ‘Most Assassinated Woman,’ Frediani ‘La Parisienne’
SAN SEBASTIAN – Franck Ribiere, at San Sebastian for the world premiere of his directorial debut, culinary docu-feature “Steak Revolution,” is prepping his second movie as a director, a fiction ...
Guy Pearce, Dominic West Join Michael Grandage’s ‘Genius’
LONDON — Guy Pearce and Dominic West are to join Colin Firth, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman and Laura Linney in Michael Grandage’s “Genius.” Pearce will take the role of F. Scott Fitzger...
Quebec’s Productions 10 Ave Preps Toon pic on Genie ‘Brad’
SAN SEBASTIAN — Canadian animation outfit Productions 10 Ave has acquired film adaptation rights to “Brad, Le Genie de la Potiche,” a novel series by Quebec’s publishing house Foulire,...
Spain Sends ‘Living is Easy’ to Oscars
David Trueba’s dramedy “Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed,” a U.S. pickup by Paul Hudson’s Outsider Pictures, is Spain’s foreign-language Oscar candidate. Based on true events, “Livi...
Social Docs Dominate Lau Haizetara
“Too Much Noise for the Whales,” “Cause of the Dead: Unknown” and “Dead Slow Ahead” were standout docs at the San Sebastian Festival’s 10th Documentary Co-Pro...
Tom Hiddleston, Russell Crowe Support Emma Watson's #HeForShe Campaign
After her U.N. speech, Prince Harry, Kiefer Sutherland, Harry Styles and Simon Pegg also spread the message on Twitterread more
‘Bones’ Gets in on the Character-Killing Action With Its 10th Season Premiere
(Spoiler warning: Do not read on if you have not yet seen the Season 10 premiere of “Bones” entitled “The Conspiracy in the Corpse.”) After a decade on the air, “Bones...
Oscars: New Zealand Selects 'The Dead Lands' for Foreign-Language Candidate
Toa Fraser’s fourth feature was well received at Toronto where it screened as a special selectionread more