New York's downtown film scene descended on the rooftop of the Sofitel Friday for the premiere party for Ethan Hawke's digital ensemble piece "Chelsea Walls," which opened the Directors Fortnight.
It was a high-pitched battle Friday, but Angelina Sciolla's offering proved the audience favorite at the "Pitch Me!" panel at the Variety Pavilion.
Francis Ford Coppola covered everything from a musical "Gidget" to his upcoming epic "Megalopolis" ("very mysterious, very odd") to his newly revised "Apocalypse Now," which, 22 years after its…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
This year, fest and market attendees have no excuse for missing a screening or showing up for a meeting at the wrong hotel. With a little electronic help, finding one's way through the maze of…
Cannes' 54-year-old film festival and the 41-year-old market, once wary partners, are finally coming together in an atmosphere of mutual cooperation.
The fifth annual City of Lights, City of Angels Film Festival kicked off with a special screening of Miramax Zoe's comedy "The Closet" at the Directors Guild of America.
"Te Amo -- Made in Chile" has the potential to be a classic teen coming-of-age film, in the tradition of "Stand by Me." The only challenge, from a commercial point of view, is that it faces the…
Dramas are not the easiest genres of films to finance, and first time directors are not the easiest type of talent to sell. Financiers GreeneStreet Films and producer Good Machine faced both these…
For newly appointed AFMA executive director Jean Prewitt, new technologies are both a concern and a boon to members of the indie film org.
At last year's Sundance, journalists were predicting that the dot-com invasion would change the indie landscape forever. Dot-coms ran rampant all over Park City, commandeering screening buses…