New York University's Tisch School of the Arts is famed for its MBA/MFA program, which has churned out several Oscar winners. Ang Lee, Spike Lee and Martin Scorsese are all alums.
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Nadia Tass has come on board to direct indie actioner “Valentine: Brains, Beauty and Bullets” for C2 Entertainment and Filmlook Media and Post. Producers are C2 Entertainment principals Anna Cordova…
ROME — Tribeca Enterprises and the Doha Film Institute have ended their partnership, four years after launching the Doha Tribeca Film Festival, in what appears to be a recurring pattern with Gulf…
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"Silver Linings Playbook" earned three kudos at the second annual Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Intl. Awards.
"The Artist" took top picture, actor and directing honors at the first Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Intl. Awards Friday evening.
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts, which launched in August, has announced it will work with G'Day USA, a Los Angeles event that promotes all things Australian, to boost its…
In the mid-1960s, two young Polish brothers involved in an anti-Semitic crime receive a rude awakening when they learn they are actually Jewish and their mother is moving them to Israel.
SYDNEY -- Helmer-scribe David Michod has capped off an amazing year with his crime drama "Animal Kingdom" taking 10 honors -- including film, director and writer -- at the Australian Film Institute…
Voters have chosen their top five Aussie films in a poll by the Australian Film Institute, which is using the results to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a postage stamps issue.
Laura Linney and Heath Ledger picked up noms from the Film Critics Circle of Australia, signaling the beginning of kudos season Down Under. Ray Lawrence's "Jindabyne" and Neil Armfield's "Candy"…