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…
So Yong Kim takes what could have been routine story elements and transforms them into something deeply sad and touching in "For Ellen."
Can kung-fu fighting monks, cave screenings and feral, caged Santa Clauses save the movie biz?
The Los Angeles Film Festival, which takes place June 17-27, will feature three artists in residence.
Thirty-year-old Gotham nonprofit IFP has added a new Distribution Lab to its lineup of programs devoted to helping filmmakers complete, market and distribute a first film.
Clear skies proved a blessing to the SXSW fest this weekend, with the upswing in film registrants creating around-the-block lineups for mostly sold-out screenings, often leaving fans and buyers alike…
Having trotted the globe to gauge the history and scale of rave culture in 1999's "Better Living through Circuitry," John Reiss logs a whole lot more frequent-flyer miles doing the same for graffiti…
The 2007 Los Angeles Film Fest has announced the 10 projects that will participate in the fifth annual Fast Track program. Fast Track program provides emerging filmmakers with networking…
Irreverent, raunchy animated feature, overflowing with throwaway gags, warped show tunes, caricatured celebrities, genial good humor and bad puns, successfully explodes the Showtime series into a…
ABC and PBS led all networks with 27 nominations each for the 2004 News and Documentary Emmy Awards, to be presented in New York City on Sept. 9. Awards recognize excellence in breaking news…
A self-consciously creepy exploration of aberrant psychology and sick behavior, "Cleopatra's Second Husband" is a shrewdly crafted but largely disagreeable riff on the subject of house-sitters from…