Documentary "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" will be the July 6 opening night film of Outfest 2000: The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Closing night will feature Sony Pictures Classics' "The…
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Newsday chief film critic John Anderson and Film Comment writer-in-residence Kathleen Murphy will replace Robert Sklar and Wendy Keys as selection committee members of the Film Society of Lincoln…
Kenneth Branagh's "Love's Labour's Lost" will open the third annual Newport Intl. Film Festival on June 6 in Newport, R.I.
Already home to the prestigious Maui Writers Conference held over Labor Day weekend, the Valley Isle this week inaugurates its first major film festival with some 20 films and docs shown at two…
Army Archerd, who just celebrated his 47th year as a columnist for Daily Variety, will be honored with the inaugural Alumni Achievement Award from the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television.
Thirty features and documentaries, most in their New York premieres, will unspool at the 11th annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival June 14-29 at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theatre.
The East Coast premiere of Jenniphr Goodman's "The Tao of Steve" will open the fifth annual Nantucket Film Festival, running on the island June 21-25.
Italians not content to wait until next season, when the discoveries of the 53rd Cannes Film Festival open in national theaters, can get an early taste of what the event had to offer next month, when…
Czech fest Karlovy Vary is lining up a longer competition slate for its 35th anni edition, which adds an extra two days this year. Program director Eva Zaoralova has firmed up 16 of the 20…
The legend of Lars Von Trier comes crashing to the ground with "Dancer in the Dark," a 2 1/2-hour demo of auteurist self-importance that's artistically bankrupt on almost every level. An attempt to…