As forecast, it's American year at the Venice Film Festival. The U.S. made a mighty entry as the curtain rang up on the 50th meet, raising filmgoers' temperatures with Martin Scorsese's "The Age of…
Markets & Festivals
Italy's precarious economic situation is having repercussions on some of its most famous film fests. While Venice announced a 30% budget cut, the venerable Taormina Intl. Film Festival, now in its…
"I Love a Man in Uniform," a psychological thriller that premiered at the Cannes Directors Fortnight, will launch the 10th annual Perspective Canada of the Toronto Festival of Festivals Sept. 9…
North America's biggest comedy festival is about to get bigger. Attendance, ticket sales and industry presence were all up significantly at this year's Just for Laughs comedy festival, which wrapped…
Quebec helmer Denys Arcand's first English-language feature will have its world premiere at a gala screening during Toronto's Festival of Festivals.
Robert Altman's "Short Cuts" and Gus Van Sant's "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" will compete at the 50th Venice Festival, while Woody Allen's "Manhattan Murder Mystery" will unspool out of competition…
Peter Sellars is the first to admit that the upcoming 1993 Los Angeles Festival he will direct is larger and more complex than he ever dreamed.
The cash-strapped school district wants to be head of the class in Hollywood, so it's lowered the price for campus location shooting.
The 11th Annual Los Angeles Intl. Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival was the most successful ever, according to Larry Horne, the fest's executive director.
At the start of its second decade, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival is finally hitting its stride, says the fest's exec director Larry Horne. The 238 films and videos being…