One of the hottest summer reads is a showbiz bio that the subject tried to suppress and her ghostwriter never finished. It is steeped in lurid stories about deceased stars who would die if they read…
Sundance standout “The Spectacular Now” brought the present moment to Los Angeles July 30, when the cast and crew saddled up to the one-screen Vista Theater in Los Feliz for an intimate screening A24…
The intersection of cinema and haute cuisine was honored July 11 at a reception celebrating Culinary Cinema Month on the SundanceNOW Doc streaming website and the 55th anniversary of famed New York…
Naked capitalism hit the screen at Cannes, but it was steamy "Blue" that bared the fest's soul.
Diego Galan's documentary offers only the most superficial glimpse at trends in post-1930 Spanish cinema.
Entertainment One has acquired U.S. rights to “Diana,” the Princess Diana movie starring Naomi Watts, from Embankment Films and Ecosse Films. eOne said it will release “Diana,” — which focuses on…
Sundance Selects has acquired U.S. rights from Wild Bunch to Abdellatif Kechiche's “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” starring Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos, following its world premiere in…
Spanish director Carlos Saura, the major figure of the Nuevo Cine Espanol, is set to direct "Argentina," a documentary about tango. Nathanael Karmitz's MK2, which is scoring heavily this week at the…
Phase 4 Films has acquired North American rights to docu “The Crash Reel” from “Waste Land” helmer Lucy Walker. HBO, which helped finance the pic, will keep U.S. television broadcast rights. Pedro…
The Croisette will get a taste of Midwestern American sensibilities this year when Omaha native Alexander Payne screens his latest pic, Nebraska, in competition.
Ask Jane Fonda about getting her hands and feet immortalized in concrete at the Chinese Theater and the thesp says, "I'm very excited; I was hoping this would happen before I died."