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  • 2013 foreign-language films that revealed new worlds to audiences

    2013 foreign-language films that revealed new worlds to audiences
    It's been many years since I interviewed the late producer Daniel Toscan du Plantier, then the president of Unifrance, the key promoter of French films overseas, but I always remember a comment he made. Toscan, as everyone called him, was talking about the fate of his country's films in the world marketplace as well as in the U.S., but what he said could be applied to foreign-language cinema in general.
  • Hollywood's New Leaders: Agents

    1. Julian Savodivker, 36 Television and features agent, Montana Artists Agency Savodivker joined below-the-line agency Montana in 2005 as an assistant in the business affairs department. He was promoted to head of finance and operations in 2007 and...

    Comic book firm IDW Publishing to expand into TV

    Comic book firm IDW Publishing to expand into TV
    Expect to see more vampires, werewolves and the undead come to life on television. In the latest sign of Hollywood's growing appetite for comic book properties, San Diego comic book company IDW Publishing is launching a television division managed by an...

    'Rocket,' 'Lore' Write AWGIE Foreign-Language Chapter

    BUSAN -- Writer - director Kim Mordaunt won the best original screenplay prize at the Australian Writers Guild annual awards (AWGIEs) show yesterday with his film "The Rocket." Cate Shortland and Robin Mukherjee, writers of last year's "Lore," were...

    Holocaust films get personal with descendants of Nazis

    The Holocaust has long been a deep and disquieting source of material for filmmakers, especially documentarians. As firsthand accounts of World War II naturally dwindle, though, cinematic inquiries on the subject have been shifting into more personal...