In most respects, the 2002 Sundance Film Festival should be business as usual. Independent films still face a tough market, no one will get enough sleep and founder Robert Redford, who skipped the…
Markets & Festivals
Holland's largest film event, the Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam, has selected 16 titles, six of them world premieres, for the VPRO Tiger Awards Competition.
The Sundance Channel has started the new year with two promotions: Paola Freccero has been tapped senior veep of film programming and Kirk Iwanowski has been upped to senior veep of marketing. Both…
For those who found "Cannes' International Festival of Film" a bit of a mouthful, prexy Gilles Jacob and company have come to the rescue.
"The Royal Tenenbaums," "Monster's Ball," Robert Altman's "Gosford Park," "Happy Times" from Zhang Yimou and Istvan Szabo's post-World War II drama "Taking Sides" will be among the 28 features…
The Nortel Network Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival will bestow nods upon Andy Garcia, Irwin Winkler, Arthur Hiller and Hans Zimmer during the fest's 13th annual run, which kicks off Jan 10.
Dallas' Deep Ellum Film, Music, Art, and Noise organization (DEFMAN), current sponsor of the Deep Ellum Film Festival in Dallas, has assumed responsibility for hosting the Santa Monica Film Festival…
The Afghanistan capital of Kabul will be the venue of the Indian Film Festival 2002, according to an announcement from India's Information & Broadcasting Ministry and the Directorate of Film…
The 2002 Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 10-20 in Park City, Utah, has announced several special screenings.
Jon Helmrich, a co-founder of E! Entertainment who spearheaded E!'s international expansion until he ankled last year, is setting up his own programming distribution and channel development company.
The 35th New York Exposition of Short Film & Video will screen this year's award winners on consecutive Thursday evenings in January. Screenings will be at the New York Public Library's Donnell Media…