French actor Philippe Noiret is to receive the Festival Award at the Cannes Intl. Film Festival next month.
Markets & Festivals
It's a woman's world at the San Francisco Intl. Film Festival this year, as events featuring Winona Ryder, Sofia Coppola and Esther Williams topline a program in which femme-directed films comprise…
Greece's highest-grossing film ever, Thanasis Papathanasiou's comedy "Safe Sex," will make its U.S. bow at the fourth Thessaloniki USA Film Festival unspooling at Manhattan's Anthology Film Archives…
Mark Osborne's "Dropping Out" will kick off and Jon Shear's "Urbania," which was acquired last week by Unapix, will close the fifth annual Gen Art Film Festival.
Bucking the trend of gay fests given over almost exclusively to U.S. indies, the 15th Turin Intl. Gay & Lesbian Film Festival this year casts a wider net, assembling a competition lineup that looks…
The radical changes and new trends emerging in traditional European cinema through the influence of immigration and multicultural societies form the principal focus of the 36th Pesaro Intl. Film…
NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film and Television lauded six filmmakers during the closing ceremonies of its 58th annual First Run Festival, held Saturday night at Lincoln…
"Tarantino Closes Cannes": French magazine Premiere posted that headline Friday afternoon on its Web site -- but could it be believed?
A boldly conceived movie in which emotional texture is paramount, mainland Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou's "The Road Home" takes the simplest of stories and weaves a seductive, extremely moving portrait…
If a Martian landed on the Croisette this month and took a cursory glance at this year's Cannes competition lineup, his report back to his mother ship might read as follows: "The planet's major…