David Copperfield has launched a new production shingle called Red Safe in his hometown of Las Vegas that both formalizes his ongoing consulting relationship with Hollywood producers and sets him on…
A South American animation company is spearheading a crowdsourcing effort to ID a flip book that could be a reproduction of one of George Méliès' early films. However, film preservationists…
Alfred Molina's volcanic incarnation of painter Mark Rothko is reason enough to rush to the Taper for John Logan's "Red," to say nothing of the involving text and visual audacity of helmer Michael…
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One of the highlights of visiting Shanghai is a trip to the French Concession, the quarter formerly occupied by the French but now a popular tourist destination.
Martin Scorsese has no trouble recalling the formative filmgoing experiences of his life.
"The Adventures of Tintin" leads the pack of nominees for the Visual Effects Society's VES kudos with six noms.
French film pioneer Georges Melies inspires current day vfx gurus and ground-breaking helmers.
In attempting to make his first film for all ages, Martin Scorsese has fashioned one for the ages.
The first 10 minutes of Martin Scorsese's latest feature "Hugo" is an overture of sorts.
If opening nights set the tone for an entire fest, the omens are good for the 64th Cannes.
Henri Langlois has been described in many ways -- as a "disorderly genius," the Man of Cinema, a "glutton," one who "belongs to that disappearing race of free men" and much more -- and French…