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The British are coming … to Rio. An eclectic group of 12 U.K. industry players have joined a delegation assembled by the British Film Institute, which hopes to nurture new opportunities for British…
This simple but adrenaline-fueled survival tale boasts impressively muscular direction from Norwegian director Roar Uthaug.
With musicals "After Midnight" and "A Night with Janis Joplin" now booked for fall runs, Broadway's singing a familiar song. A whole slew of them, in fact. Catalog musicals -- that is, tuners with…
Susan Hight Denny, who starred on Broadway in the original production of "Guys & Dolls" and later taught musical theater vocal performance at American U., died Sunday in Silver Spring, Md., after a…
At the launch this month of the British Film Institute's five-year forward plan, "Film Forever: Supporting U.K. Film 2012-2017," BFI chief executive Amanda Nevill highlighted the importance of…
The British Film Institute will invest nearly £500 million ($807 million) in U.K. film over the next five years it revealed today as it launched "Film Forever: Supporting U.K. Film 2012-2017."
The ripple effect of an arranged marriage on an extended, problem-plagued Melbourne family is explored in director Amanda Jane's ambitious, fitfully amusing "The Wedding Party."
The British Film Institute has appointed Isabel Davis head of international, it announced Monday at a reception celebrating U.K. film at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
This witless medieval stoner comedy feels like something hatched during a cannabis-clouded slumber party.
British thesp Christopher Cazenove, who played Ben Carrington on "Dynasty," died Wednesday of septicaemia in London. He was 66.