"The Holy Land" offers an occasionally fascinating look at the complex social, religious and political dynamics that help define the sacred city of Jerusalem. However, the film's central…
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Teutonic filmmakers just don't have the right stuff, according to Thierry Fremaux, new artistic director of the Cannes Film Festival.
"Shrek" is an instant animated classic. Rudely sending up fairy tale traditions while embodying them, this spirited and often funny lark offers entertainment equally to viewers from 4 to 104. This…
"Tabloid," the debut movie by award-winning Brit TV director David Blair, will topline the Cannes slate of London-based sales agent Park Entertainment.
"Kissing Jessica Stein" is pure pleasure. A fresh take on sex and the single girl, this buoyant, well-crafted romantic comedy blends pitch-perfect performances with deliciously smart writing by…
A vast, three-day media junket for "Lord of the Rings," including a 20-minute screening of footage and climaxing May 13 in a party at a "top-secret" chateau location -- known to all the Cannes locals…
National Films Development Corp. (NFDC) is setting up the first Indian pavilion this year at the Cannes Film Festival, which opens May 9.
FilmEngine, a film production and foreign sales company backed by funding from Florida entrepreneur Bill Shively, has signed joint ventures with management and production shingle Benderspink as well…
The Cannes Film Festival and the Cinefondation will host a star-studded tribute May 17 to French producer Anatole Dauman, who died three years ago. Fest managing director Veronique Cayla said…
Goldcrest Films is moving back into foreign sales. It has picked up international rights to the $14 million WWII drama "To End All Wars," starring Robert Carlyle and Kiefer Sutherland. Pic will world…