The late Polish film master behind such epic works as "The Decalogue" and "Three Colors: Blue, White, Red" managed to inspire fans of European cinema first with his stark, documentary-like portraits…
P.T. Anderson's "Magnolia" has been in the theaters for two months and has taken the roses and bricks tossed by critics. But no one, fan or foe, has written a word about "the secret" behind its…
Slamdunk, one of the many unofficial side events to the Sundance Fest, wrapped its third unspooling Saturday in Park City with the presentation of awards.
Almost immediately after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, state-supported film industries across Eastern Europe atrophied or disappeared, and young filmmakers like Czech director Jan Hrebejk were left…
Given the dozens of global unspoolings at the Palm Springs Intl. Film Fest and the worldwide range of the fest's Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Milos Forman's work, even a brief conversation…
The 10-year rights logjam that kept what many critics feel is one of the most important films of post-war cinema from U.S. homevideo distribution has finally been resolved.
Streisand in Vegas ... Eagles at the Staples Center ... Jimmy Buffet at Universal Studios ... Chris Isaak in Stockton?
A valentine to both the movies and the town with which they've become synonymous, "Forever Hollywood" is a pleasing and at times moving evocation of the glamour, hopefulness and exuberance that have…
Old, new and next Hollywood convened Saturday night at the New Alchemy art gallery in Hollywood for the opening of a dual photography exhibit featuring vintage photos by legendary helmer Monte…
The 11th annual New Orleans Film & Video Festival wrapped Thursday with a 30th-anniversary screening of the 1960s counterculture classic "Easy Rider," attended by star Peter Fonda, associate producer…