Midway through "Things to Come," Isabelle Huppert's protagonist has a disconcerting encounter in a cinema, distracting her from Juliette Binoche's own on-screen emotional uncertainty in Abbas…
The San Sebastian Film Festival, the most prestigious film event in the Spanish-speaking world, has unveiled the titles that will vie for a Golden Shell in competition. Among the first announced…
Mia Hansen-Love's "Eden" would make for a wonderfully eye-opening anchor on a double bill with the Coen brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis."
Charles Gillibert's Paris-based CG Cinema has boarded "Eden," from French director Mia Hansen-Love. Spanning over the last two decades, the drama chronicles the rise and fall of one of the DJs who…
After launching the Lido's first bona-fide bazaar last year, Venice Film Market topper Pascal Diot is looking to expand it by offering more space for screenings, plus networking opportunities and…
Almost 90 years ago, Hollywood was reeling from one scandal after another as the biggest stars in the biz behaved in ways that would make today's hard-partying celebutantes blush.
"Linsanity," the documentary of the Houston Rockets' Asian-American basketball star Jeremy Lin, finds distribution in his parents' native Taiwan.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Bollywood starrer “Chennai Express” will open day and date in a number of markets, and not just the usual suspects with a large South Asian diaspora. Disney UTV will release the film…
Quentin Tarantino rides to the Weinsteins' rescue, delivering a bloody hilarious (and hilariously bloody) Christmas counter-programmer, which Sony will unleash abroad.
Fox and Walden Media are running away with "Family Circus," hiring the writing team of Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price to adapt the comicstrip as a live action project.
Killer Films' Christine Vachon, the New York-based producer of multiple U.S. indie landmarks - Todd Haynes' "Safe," Larry Clark's "Kids" and Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" - will preside over the…