The North American premiere of Jacques Rivette's "Va Savoir" ("Who Knows?") will be the opening night film at the 39th New York Film Festival, which gets under way Sept. 28 at Lincoln Center's Avery…
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Eva Gardos' "An American Rhapsody" picked up the audience award for best feature, as well as the Perrier Bubbling Under award for a promising first-time director, as the sixth annual Nantucket Film…
"John, John in the Sky" was named best feature at the Method Fest in Pasadena, Calif., while the film's helmer, Jefferson Davis, and star, Romy Rosemont, walked away with director and actress honors.
The world premiere of Robert Connolly's "The Bank," starring David Wenham and Anthony LaPaglia, will open the 50th Melbourne Intl. Film Festival.
Moscow's 23rd Intl. Film Festival opened Thursday amid questions about the quality of the competition slate and continuing hostility from local journos, who have been the event's bitterest critics in…
The 47th Taormina Film Festival has unveiled a lineup featuring world and European premieres, and highlighted by a Vietnam double bill of Joel Schumacher's "Tigerland" and Francis Ford Coppola's…
Execs are being shuffled at the National Assn. of Television Program Executives, starting with the promotion of Nick Orfanopoulos to the newly created post of senior VP, conference operations and…
There will be an Italian flavor to the 25th anniversary edition of the Montreal World Film Festival, with both Sophia Loren and Dino De Laurentiis on the guest list.
Two U.S. films will compete in the Eurocentric Karlovy Vary fest, which runs July 5-14. They are "Blow," Ted Demme's 1970s drug-dealing saga starring Johnny Depp, and the cult comic-inspired "Ghost…
An unusual 3D version of Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller "Dial M for Murder" was one of the most popular screenings at the 16th Midnight Sun Film Festival in Sodankyla, Finland, which wrapped…