Outfest '97, the 15th edition of the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, will open July 11 with the Los Angeles premiere of the U.S. indie romantic comedy "I Think I Do."
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The main competition jury for the 11-day Locarno Intl. Film Festival doled out gongs to relatively few films on Sunday, lending credence to reports that several members were dissatisfied with the…
With the Cannes film festival's 50th bash now out of the way, Switzerland's premier film event, the Locarno Intl. Film Festival, is gearing up for its golden anniversary edition Aug. 6-16.
Norsk Film's psychological thriller "Insomnia," the Stellan Skarsgard starrer that received critical acclaim in Cannes, will make its U.S. premiere at the second annual Nantucket Film Festival, which…
Thanks in part to dozens of letters from industry execs to Los Angeles City Council members, odds are against future 11th-hour permit revocations.
The 23rd annual Seattle Intl. Film Festival, running now through June 8, will climax with a closing-weekend workshop dubbed "Moving Stories: A Forum on Screenwriting and Cinematic Literacy."
For those who missed the recent festivities on the French Riviera, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will celebrate the 50th Cannes Film Festival in Los Angeles from June 17 to July 5.
Featuring a heavy concentration of U.S. indie features as well as a special tribute to Britain's Channel Four Television, the S.F. Intl. Lesbian & Gay Film Festival announced its 21st annual program…
The Pacific coast resort of Acapulco will host a new black film festival June 24-29.
Chinese director Wu Tianming's "The King of Masks" and U.S. helmer John O'Hagan's Sundance-preemed "Wonderland" won the Audience Awards for best feature and best documentary, respectively, at the San…
In a decision that reflected split factions on a diverse jury, the Palme d'Or of the 50th anniversary Cannes Film Festival was presented to two contemporary humanist dramas, Shohei Imamura's "The…