Woody Allen is no stranger to Oscar. He's notched 14 writing noms (and two wins), six directing noms (and one win) and a picture win with 1977's "Annie Hall." Allen also has a habit of directing his…
And in the end, it was 4-year-old Ellen Taylor who finally hushed the crowd with her show-stopping performance of "Over the Rainbow."
The amoral choices and musings on personal responsibility are two courses served up hot in Eva Sorhaug's debut feature "Cold Lunch," which festivals from Venice (tapped to open Critics' Week) to…
Guests traveled over the sea rather than under it to the Saturday preem of Disney ToonStudio's "The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning" on Catalina Island.
It was an instant classic Oscar moment. "Falling Slowly," from the infectious indie romance "Once," won the Oscar for original song. But before co-writer Marketa Irglova could deliver her acceptance…
Nigel Lythgoe waved the flag for his native Britain at the U.K. Film Council's Breakthrough Brits cocktail reception Thursday at, appropriately, the London West Hollywood.
Indie distrib TLA Releasing has had a busy Cannes, closing deals on a passel of pics, including all North American rights to Canadian retro-slasher pic "Gutterballs," directed by Ryan Nicholson.
Pathe has sold all North American distribution rights the edgy thriller "Eden Lake" to the Weinstein Co.
The top-grossing Finnish film of 2007, "Christmas Story" will preem its English-language version at the Cannes market.
Amy Redford's directorial debut "The Guitar" will have its international premiere at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, which runs July 4-12.
The film biz seems to be embracing optimism as buyers, sellers and producers head for the Cannes market in numbers trending higher than last year. But is it really optimism or is there just more…