Inaugural Paris fest hopes to boost emerging U.S. and Euro filmmakers
French filmmaker Claude Chabrol, one of the productive forefathers of the French New Wave, died Sunday in Paris.
The Deauville Film Festival's ethos of embracing Americana in various art forms -- movies, shorts, docs, literature -- extends to television this year with the launch of "Deauville: Season 1."
Once upon a time, animated characters were performed by pros whose faces auds didn't know or see. Today, movie stars and celebrities increasingly fill the roles, both in America and when dubbed…
Flemish-speaking Belgium and the Netherlands, to bastardize an observation by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw, "are two countries separated by a common language."
If Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton, then it could be said that Gilles Jacob's future as "Citizen Cannes" was secured on the tennis courts of Deauville, one summer's day in 1977.
The Monaco Charity Film Festival is a curious case of rich and poor.
On the surface, this year's Cesar nominations might double as the syllabus for a Civics 101 class.
Even the most cunning handicapper would struggle to pick a winner from among this year's nominations for foreign film.
When Ken Loach steps on stage Dec. 12 to receive the European Film Awards' lifetime achievement laurel, he will become the first English filmmaker to be so honored at the EFAs.
A look at the acting nominations for this year's European Film Awards tells its own intriguing story.
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