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  • International Star You Should Know: John Boyega

    INITIAL 'ATTACK' Boyega, 21, starred in 2011's Brit cult hit "Attack the Block," which grossed $4 million in the U.K., and recently made a splash at Sundance as the star of "Imperial Dreams," in which he plays an ex-con and aspiring writer trying to...
  • Local Hero: Production Facility Chief Keeps Things Running Smoothly for CBS Studio Center

    Overview For a man who works below the line, Michael Klausman has a high-visibility job as head of the CBS Studio Center: Anyone looking to book the studio, which has been the location for shows from "The Wild Wild West" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" to...
  • Berlin: Zentropa Spain, Sweden Team on Thriller 'Vulcania' (EXCLUSIVE)

    As Lars von Trier' - the man, "Nymphomaniac," the media feeding frenzy - hit Berlin Sunday, Zentropa Spain and Zentropa Sweden - two affiliate companies of Von Trier's European network of production houses, established by his Zentropa production...
  • Iglesias, Fernandez, Garrido Set For Spanish Suspenser 'Killers' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - Maxi Iglesias ("XP3D," "Toledo"), Luis Fernandez ("XP3D," "I Want You") and Aura Garrido ("Stockholm," "The Wishful Thinkers") are attached to star in "Innocent Killers," a murder imbroglio from Seville-based production house Aralan. Shooting...
  • Filmmaker Feng Xiaogang Has His Finger on the Pulse of Contemporary Chinese Culture

    Outsiders seeking to understand modern China need look no further than director Feng Xiaogang and his movies. Feng, perhaps best known in the West for helming 2001's Donald Sutherland starrer "Big Shot's Funeral," has built a career on films that...
  • International Star You Should Know: Veerle Baetens

    'CIRCLE' OF ATTENTION Although Antwerp-born Veerle Baetens (pronounced VERE-luh BAH-tuns) was already on the radar of most European casting directors for her work in TV and film, her incandescent turn as Elise, the bluegrass-singing mom whose daughter...
  • Hayao Miyazaki Remains Animated Even in Retirement

    You'd think that after announcing his retirement from the feature film biz last year, 73-year-old Japanese animation legend Hayao Miyazaki, never one to seek out press, would be welcoming a time of quietude. But with a third Oscar nomination in his...
  • From Allen to Fallon, Exec Has Worked With All 6 'Tonight Show' Hosts

    Rick Ludwin was reading about "The Tonight Show" getting its sixth host in 60 years this week when it hit him: He might be the only living exec to have worked with them all -- from Allen (Steve) to Fallon (Jimmy). NBC's former latenight and specials...
  • Matthias Schoenaerts to Star in Felix Van Groeningen's Next Pic 'Belgica'

    Felix van Groeningen's follow-up to Oscar-nominated "The Broken Circle Breakdown" will be "Belgica," a drama starring Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts and Stef Aerts, production company Menuet announced today. The film will be produced by Menuet in co-...
  • Israeli Filmmakers Bite Into the Horror Genre

    For a nation whose film culture has, for decades, revered the meditative and the political, Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado's film "Rabies" -- a twisted fairy tale, about a brother and sister lost in a dark forest, which shocked Israeli audiences in...
  • International Star You Should Know: May El Calamawy

    CLAIM TO FAME Born in Bahrain and raised in Houston and Doha, 27-year-old May El Calamawy is a rarity: an actress fluent in both Arabic and English. She's been making her career in genre films, starting with helmer Tobe Hooper's "Djinn," the first...
  • China Film Business Struggles With Asia Collaborations Despite Box Office Boom

    While the explosive growth of China's film industry -- its box office hit $3.57 billion in 2013 -- is attracting the attention of its Asian neighbors, challenges including censorship, as well as cultural and social mores, have so far prevented a unified...