The Coen brothers and Woody Allen were the toast of the European box office this weekend.
Helena Trestikova's Czech documentary "Rene," which follows the life of a young criminal, in and out of prison, over two decades, has won the European Film Academy's Prix Arte award.
Following up on its regional Tony Award, Chicago Shakespeare led the Joseph Jefferson Awards on Monday night, taking home five trophies.
Producer Paula Wagner, thesp Abigail Breslin and publicist Michael Sitrick will be honored at the Big Brothers Big Sisters' Rising Stars Gala on Oct. 30.
Sean Connery will present Laurence Fishburne with the Career Achievement Award at the Bahamas Intl. Film Festival on Dec. 7 in Nassau.
How sad to think the ugly, cynical, aggressive 1980s in retrospect can seem almost innocent. How else to explain the fact that, back in 1988, audiences could be needled by "Boys' Life," Howard…
Raw and relentless, fierce and fascinating, respectful to the original and also wildly original, this "promenade" production of Christopher Marlowe's "Edward II" -- most of the audience stands for…
Now here's a saga of how things happen in little old New York, where just getting to lunch is sometimes an expedition.
"Young@Heart," by British smallscreen helmer Stephen Walker, has won the public prize at the Ghent Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.
"Dream Weavers -- Beijing 2008" is a surprisingly engaging and objective look at the whole preparation for the city's Olympics hoopla.
"Ballast," the Sundance standout that was self-distributed after a deal with IFC fell through, led the field with four nominations in the Gotham Independent Film Awards.