Dadaab Stories is the latest project from FilmAid, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that uses film to help struggling communities.
Ulysses' home in Sharr White's “Annapurna” is a grungy trailer set in the mountains of Colorado. Thomas A. Walsh's set is so effective you can almost smell the mold and grim and whatever's festering…
In the indie world, it used to be that the most a filmmaker could hope to land from a film festival was an award, an agent or a distributor. But as producers wrap up Sundance deals and head to SXSW…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Playback: Ben Foster on ‘Hell or High Water’ and Being a ‘Builder’ as an Actor
The six-year-old Funny or Die website is stepping up its move into comedy features, partnering with Scott Steindorff and his Scott Pictures production company in a multi-year deal to create two to…
The Weinstein Company has secured international sales around the world for its comedy biopic "One Chance," based on true story of "Britain's Got Talent" winner Paul Potts.
Lionsgate did not hold back at Monday's preem of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" at L.A. Live.
One-thousand-watt personalities combined with beautiful lensing make "Meanwhile in Mamelodi" a star thesis project from tyro helmer Benjamin Kahlmeyer.
Following up her Emmy for "Game Change," Julianne Moore has booked a seat on "Non Stop," a movie that reteams "Unknown's" Liam Neeson, helmer Jaume Collet-Serra, Joel Silver and Studiocanal.
BEIJING -- Action drama "Bunohan," written and directed by Dain Iskandar Said, is Malaysia's contender for the foreign language category at the 2013 Academy Awards.
SYDNEY -- Helmer-scribe Cate Shortland's German-language WWII survival story "Lore" will be Australia's entrant into the foreign Oscar race.
It makes sense that folks would be in a fine mood when $1.2 million in grants are being handed out, and such was the case at the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s annual luncheon Thursday.