NEW YORK — Emily Bear has been tapped VP of publicity at Dimension Films. Reporting to department head Elizabeth Clark in the company’s New York office, Bear will be the newest addition to…
Miramax Zoe hosted une petite soiree Tuesday to celebrate its special screening of Francis Veber's "The Closet" at Loews on 19th Street.
The Independent Feature Project has announced the nominees for its Open Palm Award for outstanding directorial debut and the winners of the breakthrough actor and Anthony Radziwill Documentary…
Helmer Stanley Kubrick's violent cult film "A Clockwork Orange" finally will get its first screening on U.K. television.
The American Museum of the Moving Image will bolster the revival of interest in Mel Brooks with a retrospective, "Vulgar Genius: The Movies of Mel Brooks," running July 7-15.
Masato Harada's "Inugami" won the jury prize for best feature film and Michael Kalesniko's "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog" won the Joe Jarvis audience choice award for best film at the fourth…
Comedian Andy Dick has signed on to host the 2001 IFP Gotham Awards Gala, which will take place Oct. 1 at Chelsea Piers' Pier Sixty.
Eric Valli's Nepalese drama "Himalaya" won the Silver Deer audience award for best feature and John Cameron Mitchell's "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" was runner-up at the second annual Lake Placid Film…
The Lincoln Center Film Society's Young Friends of Film, along with some older friends, gathered at the Walter Reade Theater on Thursday night to pay tribute to John Turturro.
Rialto Pictures partner Adrienne Halpern has been chosen to receive the Chevalier of the French Order of Arts and Letters.