Winding down toward Thursday's closing-night stint with Ethan Hawke and "Hamlet," the San Francisco Intl. Film Festival posted a busy second weekend with in-person tributes to Abbas Kiarostami and…
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Allen Daviau has been named cinematographer in residence at UCLA's School of Theater Film and Television.
Moritz de Hadeln will step down as exec director for the Berlin Intl. Film Festival after the 2001 edition of the event, it was announced, ending days of speculation after reports that he had been…
The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra will present its 11th annual Silent Film Gala on June 19 at UCLA's Royce Hall.
The Toronto International Film Festival has shuffled some programmers and appointed several new members to the board of directors.
Speculation about the future leadership of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival took a new turn Thursday with rumors that director Volcker Schlondorff is being considered as a second head.
FEATURE FILMS “Mallboy”, Vincent Giarrusso, Australia “The Captive”, Chantal Akerman, Belgium “Les Fantomes des Trois Madeleine”, Guylaine Dionne, Canada “La Chambre Obscure”, Marie-Christine…
The New York Intl. Independent Film & Video Festival will inhabit Los Angeles April 28-May 4. Fest features some 100 full-length feature and short films during a first-ever West Coast run.
The saga over Olivier Barrot's departure as artistic adviser to the Cannes Intl. Film Festival took a fresh turn Tuesday with Barrot claiming that he was "brutally and unilaterally" sacked.
The Cannes Film Festival's Directors' Fortnight, the independently run section traditionally focusing on edgier fare, unveils today a program of 24 features strong on geographical diversity.
Olivier Barrot, Gilles Jacob's erstwhile No. 2, on Wednesday broke the silence surrounding his departure from the Cannes Intl. Film Festival.
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