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‘Flee’ Wins Grand Prize At Animation Is Film Festival

Animated documentary Flee from helmer Jonas Poher Rasmussen has picked up another award, taking the top honor, the Grand Jury Prize, at the 4th Animation Is Film Festival, which wrapped on Sunday…

Locarno Film Festival: Japanese Anime ‘Belle’ Wins Inaugural Kids Award

Belle, the latest animated feature from Oscar-nominated Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda (Mirari), has won the inaugural Locarno Kids Award, a new prize handed out by the Locarno International

Amma Asante to Direct Drama ‘Smilla’s Sense of Snow’

'Belle' helmer Amma Asante is set to direct the TV drama 'Smilla's Sense of Snow' for Constantin Film.

Julie Goldstein Joins ShivHans Pictures as Head of Production (Exclusive)

ShivHans Pictures has named Julie Goldstein as president of production after her earlier stints at Endgame Entertainment, HBO Films and Miramax.

Dutch Distributor of ‘Lord of the Rings’ Films, ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Appears Close to Collapse

A-Film, a leading indie player in the Netherlands, has requested a moratorium on its debts.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw to Return to London Stage

The rising screen star of 'Belle' and 'Beyond the Lights' will play the title role in 'Nell Gwynn,' about the 17th century brothel-keeper's daughter who became the king's mistress.

NAACP Image Awards: The Winners

'Selma,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'black-ish' were among the big winners.

NAACP Image Awards Nominations: ‘Selma,’ ‘Get On Up’ Land Top Film Nods

'Black-ish,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'Scandal' are among the top TV nominees

Bradley Cooper on Gaining 40 Pounds for ‘American Sniper’: “He Was a Big Motherf—er”

The actor, along with 17 other awards contenders from Anna Kendrick to Melissa McCarthy, share the secrets and surprises behind their roles

U.K.’s Pinewood Pictures Expands Production Advisory Duties to Wales

The film finance arm of British studio facilities giant Pinewood Shepperton will help decide which projects get a portion of the Welsh government's $50 million Media Investment Budget.

BAFTA to Give Brit Filmmaker Amma Asante U.S. Showcase

Asante will jet into NYC to take part in the first of this year's "Brits to Watch: The Screenings" events aimed at garnering U.S. attention for U.K. talent.

Belle: Toronto Review

The true story of a mixed-race child raised by British aristocrats is lightly fictionalized by Amma Asante.