Frank Hall Green's "Wildlike" – the tale of a teen in Alaska who escapes her abusive uncle and tries to find stability with a stranger – won the best feature prize at the Big Island Film Festival…
Billing itself the most important young festival in the Americas, the Bogota Intl. Film Festival officially relaunched May 16 at the 2015 Cannes Festival. “Young” can be read multiple ways. Over a…
Colombia's Bogota, Latin America's fourth biggest city, is energetically re-launching its Bogota Intl. Film Festival (BIFF), backed by a powerful broad-based industry alliance, including Caracol TV…
Jin Park has been hired as programmer for the World Cinema section of the Busan International Film Festival.
South Korean film "Pascha" and Mongolian-German co-production "Remote Control" shared the top prize at the 18th edition of the Busan International Film Festival. The New Currents third prize went to…
Elmore Leonard, the bestselling novelist whose works were adapted into numerous films, including "Get Shorty," "Jackie Brown," "Out of Sight" and "3:10 to Yuma," and who also penned original…
TNT appears to have settled on a reality-programming strategy centered on big, cinematic concepts to promote during the NBA playoffs, with an emphasis on buff bodies and physical stunts — "Survivor"…
Busan unspools 300-plus films in its goal to illuminate the niche pics of Asian cinema
Biff Elliot, who starred as detective Mike Hammer in the 1953 feature adaptation of Mickey Spillane's "I, the Jury," died in Studio City, Calif., of natural causes on Aug. 15. He was 89.
While "Death of a Salesman" remains the definitive fathers-and-sons drama, its social themes are universal and painfully timely, especially in this powerful, compassionate take.