Transmedia may be a nouveau buzzword, but at the New York Film Festival the term sits alongside established genres like documentaries, retrospectives and restored masterpieces in the fest's sidebar…
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Critics' Week has awarded its prize to "Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot" a sophisticated comedy by first-time Italo helmer Matteo Oleotto. Two-hander set in…
Documentaries and restored narrative pics dominate the sidebar programming of the 2013 New York Film Festival, with more than 30 titles — including producer-thesp Gael Garcia Bernal in docu “Who is…
Karlovy Vary, Central Europe’s leading film fest, is to pay tribute to Jerry Schatzberg. The helmer, who was one of the leading lights of New Hollywood, will present three of his early works: his…
"We Are What We Are," "Magic Magic" and a Jodorowsky double bill are set to unspool in the Cannes sidebar.
David Lowery's Sundance-preemed oater is the sole American entry in a Euro-heavy lineup.
The Berlinale's Perspektive Deutsches Kino sidebar has unveiled its 11-pic sidebar of pics from up-and-coming German filmmakers.
Though it may have previously been dismissed by some industryites and Toronto regulars as a ghetto or "sidebar of a sidebar," as one wag has referred to it, Wavelengths, which programs experimental…
The New York Film Festival has tapped Nicole Kidman and Richard Pena, the outgoing program director at Film Society of Lincoln Center, to be the honorees of the first NYFF gala tributes, with Lee…
Michel Gondry's "The We and the I" will kick off the Cannes Film Festival's Directors' Fortnight sidebar, bolstering a slim U.S. presence in a program strong on French and Latin American fare.
Hollywood's obsession with franchises and recognizable brands has caused a quiet power shift in the film biz, with the decline in development budgets at the major studios whetting appetites for…