David Gordon Green's patiently observed, often unsettlingly violent drama can't help but feel overly familiar in some of its particulars.
Deauville American Film Festival
"It's about finding a comfort zone. I guess I'm just more comfortable being other people than I am being myself."
Basking in the glow of the vibrant U.S. indie biz, the 39th Deauville American Film Festival appears to be the key pre-fall launchpad for European distribs with American titles.
Steven Soderbergh’s “Behind the Candelabra” is set to kick off the Deauville American Film Festival on Aug. 30. Deauville’s special screenings include Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine,” Roland Emmerich’s…
The Durban FilmMart, Africa's premier film finance and co-production forum, which runs July 19 to 22, has partnered with Produire au Sud, the film development program of the Festival des 3 Continents…
The Writers Guild of America has selected the JW Marriott at L.A. Live and the Edison Ballroom in New York City as the venues for its simultaneous Feb. 1 awards presentations.
Will Smith has never been afraid of an acting challenge and Jimmy Kimmel handed him one on "The Jimmy Kimmel Show" as the two debuted the fake trailer for "Blind Ref."
Set in the Gaza Strip circa 1989, at the height of the first Intifada, war-is-hell drama "Rock the Casbah" illustrates the futility of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Indie financiers say their ability to put together big commercial projects is being hampered by a gulf between Hollywood and the international market in their valuation of rising and established…
Drawing A-list is increasingly more difficult for French fest
In its 37th year, the Deauville American Film Festival is building up its professional presence with a second spotlight on U.S. TV drama and the creation of a mini-mart called the Film Corner.