Opening on July 18, the Durban Intl. Film Festival now ranks as one of the longest running, biggest and fastest growing of major African film events and a burgeoning platform for business in South…
“Needle,” from U.S. film student Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, has nabbed the top prize at Cannes’ Cinefondation, whose jury was presided by New Zealand-born multi-hyphenate Jane Campion. Ghazvinizadeh, a…
BIARRITZ -- Helmer Jane Campion is set to take part in Creative Talks, a series of masterclasses hosted by Variety parent Reed Midem during the upcoming Mipcom TV market at Cannes.
Those nostalgic for the bad old days of late-'80s/early-'90s direct-to-video erotic thrillers might get a twinge of guilty pleasure from "Strangers Online."
New Zealand writer-director Jane Campion has always liked a challenge.
Look past the corsets and the candles, the horses and the hallowed halls, and really, the only common element in the cinematography of this year's notable period films is the filmmakers' attempts to…
For first-time film composer Mark Bradshaw, the job of scoring Jane Campion's ethereal period pic "Bright Star" began with words rather than notes on a page.
Beautifully made film possesses solid appeal for specialized auds in most markets.
In this jittery market, buyers are proceeding with caution, but some of the screenings generating the best reaction are those offering footage to entice pre-buys. The tepid reception to fest opener…
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