It may sound like a cliche to say that the Berlin Film Festival rose like a phoenix from the ashes of World War II, but when Berlin's governing mayor, Ernst Reuter, opened the very first festival, at…
It's hard to grasp that it has been 40 years since the French New Wave was changing global cinema, including Hollywood, forever. Europe stood at the focal point of world cinema. An older generation…
The second annual Laureus World Sports Awards were presented Tuesday at a smooth and glitzy ceremony in Monaco's Grimaldi Forum. The kudocast airs Sunday on NBC at 4 p.m. EDT.
Originally ran March 27, 1997The '60s marked a period of dramatic development for the Cannes Film Festival. The turbulence of 1968, with screenings brought to an undignified halt by a groundswell of…
On Oct. 4, 1997, a relaxed Francis Ford Coppola greeted guests at a $1,000-a-plate charity gala on the grounds of his Niebaum-Coppola chateau at Inglenook, in the Napa Valley.
Throughout a 35-year career, Francis Ford Coppola has veered from one extreme to another, from the epic to the intimate, from the studio vehicle to the long-cherished personal project.