The National Endowment for the Arts will announce today recipients of more than $20 million in grants, with the Sundance Institute awarded the largest grant in the broad creative category for a…
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Jean-Jacques Annaud's World War II epic "Enemy at the Gates" has been chosen as the opening night film at this year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
To say 2000 was a tough year for entertainment dot-coms would be an understatement. Headline-grabbing rounds of company closures, employee layoffs and the disappearance of venture capital funding…
Jean-Pierre Calmel has left France's National Film Center (CNC) to join the Cannes Film Festival as financial and administrative director.
Rarely have giant mergers reshaped the entertainment landscape as suddenly and dramatically as they did in 2000. It was a year of courtships, marriages and high anxiety for those left without…
The Sundance Film Festival will showcase two live, solo theater pieces, Doug Wright's "I Am My Own Wife" and Aviva Jane Carlin's "Jodie's Body," on consecutive nights, Jan. 25-26. Performances will…
It doesn't feel like your typical film fest when the first person you recognize at the de facto HQ -- in this case, the Cuban capital's famed Hotel Nacional -- is Al Lewis, sporting khaki shorts and…
Jodie Foster has withdrawn "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" from Sundance, forcing the festival to shuffle its premiere lineup. A production of Foster and Meg LeFauve's Egg Pictures, "Dangerous…
The Sundance Institute has spawned the Sundance Online Resource Center to coincide with the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, skedded for Jan. 18-28. Center, co-produced by InternetStudios and presented…
ShowBizData will again host an Interactive Lounge during the Sundance Film Festival next month.