Eleven-year-old Lilla Crawford takes a long pause when asked about the start of her career. "Well, professionally, I started when I was seven, but really I've been acting, singing and dancing for as…
From more Gala and prestige slots than ever to a new industry event stacked with major players, Asian cinema and biz have never been higher on the agenda at Toronto.
At "The Middle," they call her "Cup-a-Soup." "Because she's so instantly funny," says show co-creator/executive producer Eileen Heisler. "She absolutely always knows where the funny is."
Jaume Balaguero's "Sleep Tight," Eduardo Chapero-Jackson's "Verbo" and Antonio Trashorras' "Blind Alley" will be among the standouts at the 6th Madrid de Cine-Spanish Film Screenings.
The World Cinema Fund has become one of the Berlinale's most significant initiatives on the global stage.
Femmes are pitting their box office muscle against fanboys this summer.
Computers have proved so adept at creating astounding visual effects that it's easy to forget that not only are low-tech effects still in use, they are a huge part of some of the year's most…
Emir Kusturica has kept his competition jury together as a whole, seeing films as a group and immediately debating the merits of each pic in competition.
Based on the assumption that every generation needs to have its own folkloric dance film, "Center Stage" revisits the turf of such quintessentially '70s works as "The Turning Point" (classic ballet)…