A new coalition has breathed life into the Bangkok Film Festival.
Markets & Festivals
North American and European authors and filmmakers, including Sydney Pollack, Nora Ephron, Nicholas Pileggi, Michael Cimino, Mary Higgins Clark and Buzz Aldrin, have confirmed they will attend the…
Carmike Cinemas will likely file a long-awaited bankruptcy reorganization plan on Friday. Few details of the planned restructuring have come to light. But unlike in other recent restructurings, it's…
During the waning days of summer, in the calm before the storm of Sept. 11, producer Jane Rosenthal had a talent crisis on her hands. And the stakes were high even for a veteran Hollywood player…
With its mean streets, melting pot diversity and critical-mass density, the milieu of New York is almost synonymous with crime drama. As if the city wasn't steeped enough in this gritty genre of…
The Gotham skyline may never be the same but that's not stopping the film and television community here, which suddenly seems stronger and more cohesive than ever.
You know when you buy a record like "John Cage's Greatest Hits" or "Edgar Bergen Jr. Reads Beckett" and you don't like it, but you know you will in about 10 years? That's how I felt about New York…
Quebec helmer Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete) will premiere in Turpin's home province Oct. 11, the opening night of the 30th Montreal Intl. Festival of New Cinema and New…
The 32nd Intl. Film Festival of India, to be held in Bangalore Oct. 10-20, has been canceled in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the U.S.
Billed as Latin America's largest film fest, Festival do Rio opens today with the preem of "O Xango de Baker Street," from Brazil's Miguel Farias.
The question that always comes up when I'm talking about the cinema, a question I ask myself again and again: What does a film have to achieve to make me want to go to the cinema to watch it? And…