International Film

‘Karnawal’ Producer Bikini Films Pitches Island Mystery Legend in ‘Non Trubada,’ at Iberseries (EXCLUSIVE)

Buenos Aires and Madrid-based Bikini Films is presenting Carolina Daza’s Canary Islands mystery series, “Non Trubada” at Iberseries’ Co-Production and Financing Forum.  Set in Spain’s Canary Islands in […]

Annecy Winner ‘Chicken For Linda!’ Sells to Japan’s Asmik Ace as Charades Closes Key Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

Charades has sold key territories on Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach’s hand-painted animation “Chicken for Linda!” (“Linda veut du poulet!”) that won dual honors at the Annecy Animation Festival. […]

EST N8 Sales Venture Appoints Tata Chen, Poised to Expand Busan Slate (EXCLUSIVE)

EST N8, a recently-established finance, production and film sales company, has appointed Chen ; Tata’ Xinrui as its sales and distribution manager. Chen will serve under Tenten Wei, […]

Everything you need to know about Mick Jagger’s 8 kids

Mick Jagger has fathered eight kids with five different women.

‘Barbie’ and ‘Flower Moon’ Cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto to Be Honored at GuadaLAjara Film Festival (EXCLUSIVE)

Rodrigo Prieto, the Oscar-nominated cinematographer, will be honored with the 2023 Árbol de la Vida – lifetime achievement award at the 13th edition of the GuadaLAjara Film Festival […]

Baz Luhrmann to Head Jury of Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea International Film Festival

Baz Luhrmann is set to preside over the main jury of the third edition of Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea International Film Festival. The event, which is rapidly becoming […]

Waheeda Rehman Wins India’s Highest Film Honor

Revered Indian actor Waheeda Rehman has been accorded the Dadasaheb Phalke award, India’s highest film honor. The award is given for lifetime contribution to Indian cinema and is […]

‘Big Brother’ Sets October Return on ITV – Global Bulletin

GAME SHOW RETURNS The British version of the iconic reality TV series “Big Brother,” which first launched 23 years ago, is set to return to ITV screens on […]

Absurdist, Soviet-Era Dramedy ‘The Missile’ Takes Top Prize at Finnish Film Affair

Miia Tervo’s “The Missile,” an absurdist dramatic comedy based on the real-life story of a Soviet missile landing in Finnish Lapland in 1984, took home the top prize […]

‘Gannibal’ Disney+ Japanese Horror Series to Return for Second Season

Disney has given a green light to a second season of Japanese drama -horror series “Gannibal.” Set in a fictional Japanese village, season one of Gannibal saw recently […]

‘American Fiction’ Pushes Theatrical Release to December

After winning Toronto International Film Festival’s people’s choice award, “American Fiction” has pushed back its limited release to Dec. 15 and will expand in theaters on Dec. 22. […]

Disney’s Jennifer Lee, AMPAS CEO Bill Kramer to Headline BFI London Film Festival Industry Forum

The 67th BFI London Film Festival’s annual industry forum has assembled a lineup of heavyweights. The forum events, which take place through the festival, kick off with a […]