Director Jane Campion will be presented with the Carrosse d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival during the Directors' Fortnight opening ceremony on May 16. The kudos is awarded annually by the Film…
BEIJING — Chinese drama "Mystery" by often controversial Mainland helmer Lou Ye scooped the best film honor at the Asian Film Awards at the Hong Kong Film Festival. Pic follows a middle-aged woman…
Adam Leon, the fast-talking first-time director of no-budget crowdpleaser "Gimme the Loot," wants to take audiences on a ride, he says. "People think that means 'The Fast and the Furious,' which I…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
No stranger to tackling stories with a supernatural feel, “Pirates of the Caribbean” scribe Stuart Beattie is set to adapt the fantasy “Daughter of Smoke and Bone” for Universal. Joe Roth is on board…
Never mind the inherent titular redundancy: “The Last Exorcism Part II" is a generally effective sequel to the 2010 sleeper that injected at least a little new life into the heavily taxed…
Cannes Film Festival regular Jane Campion, whose "Bright Star" competed in 2009, will preside over the Cinefondation and Short Film Jury at this year's fest.
The disappearance of a pregnant preteen exposes the raw wounds at the heart of an isolated southern New Zealand community in the absorbing and richly atmospheric "Top of the Lake."
Over the past decade dozens of states throughout the U.S. have used production incentives to lure camera crews in hopes of building themselves up as ideal filming sites.
A new Jane Campion TV series is among the projects Aussie-Brit shingle See-Saw Films, the outfit behind buzz title "The King's Speech," is unveiling at the Toronto Film Festival.
Much like Martin Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence," Jane Campion's "The Portrait of a Lady," her much-anticipated follow-up to "The Piano," emerges as a literary adaptation of exceeding intelligence…