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  • Cate Blanchett Caught in the Woody Allen Crossfire

    With Oscar voting scheduled to begin next Friday, the 1992 molestation charges against "Blue Jasmine" director Woody Allen couldn't have resurfaced at a worse time. The Sony Classics feature is nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Actress...
  • 'Antboy': Denmark's First Superhero Movie Flies to Global Screens (EXCLUSIVE)

    Canadian shingle Attraction has closed major territory deals on Ask Hasselbalch's "Antboy," Denmark's first superhero movie. Pic made its world premiere in Toronto. Meanwhile, Danish production shingle Nimbus has greenlit the sequel, "Antboy II."...
  • 'Babette's Feast' Director Gabriel Axel Dead At 95

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Gabriel Axel, director of the film "Babette's Feast" which made him the first Dane to win an Oscar for best foreign film, has died. He was 95. His daughter, Karin Moerch, said in a statement that he died on Sunday. She did not...
  • Berlin: Svensk Closes Deals on 'Tommy,' 'Monica Z,' '1864′ (EXCLUSIVE)

    As EFM nears the end, Swedish sales powerhouse Svensk Filmindustri has closed a flurry of deals across its slate. The outfit sold Tarik Saleh's "Tommy," a stylized Swedish crime thriller starring Lykke Li, to the U.K. (Arrow) and Iran (Century 21)....
  • BERLIN: GKids Sings Tomm Moore's 'Song Of The Sea' (EXCLUSIVE)

    BERLIN- New York-based GKids, a leading purveyor of foreign arthouse toons, has acquired all North-American rights to Tomm Moore's 2D animated fairytale "Song of the Sea." "Sea" marks the sophomore feature of Moore, whose debut "The Secret of Kells"...
  • Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films

     Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films
    It makes for an unlikely combination: some of Hollywood's biggest stars rubbing up against relative obscurities from the international festival circuit. Yet that's exactly what happens each year at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, which has...
  • Rinko Kikuchi To Topline 'Last Summer'

    Japanese "Pacific Rim" star Rinko Kikuchi will topline "Last Summer," an English-language drama about a Japanese woman trapped on a yacht with the child she is losing custody of. High-profile Italian indie pic is being helmed by Italo multi hyphenate...
  • 'The Hunt,' 'Grandmaster,' 'Great Beauty' make Oscar foreign shortlist

    'The Hunt,' 'Grandmaster,' 'Great Beauty' make Oscar foreign shortlist
    The Motion Picture Academy on Friday released the shortlist of nine foreign-language films that will pass to the next round of the race, and it contained the category's characteristic mix of favorites and surprises. While some of the films making the...
  • A record 76 foreign-language Oscar submissions point to heated race

     A record 76 foreign-language Oscar submissions point to heated race
    A record 76 movies will vie for the 2014 foreign-language Oscar, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday, and the race looks to be wide open. Yet even as the narrowing-down to five final nominees has barely begun, the seemingly...
  • Exchange students add cultural flair to High Schools in the Ozarks

    Exchange students add cultural flair to High Schools in the Ozarks
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Months of planning for an international visit is finally starting to pay off.   Several high school students from around the world arrived in the United States today with      plans to make Springfield their temporary home. "We bring...
  • Global Biz Drives Locarno's Industry Days

    LOCARNO -From 2010, when it launched its Industry Days screenings, few festivals in the world have ramped up their industry activities so forcefully as Switzerland's Locarno Fest. 2011 saw a Carte Blanche pix-on-post showcase, focusing to date on a fast-...
  • Locarno Film Review: 'The Keeper of Lost Causes'

    Denmark continues to milk its newly earned reputation for twisted behavior with an adaptation of the international bestselling crime thriller "The Keeper of Lost Causes." Whether life in lower Scandinavia is as full of brutality and murder as recent...