Fred Weintraub, producer of Bruce Lee’s "Enter The Dragon," died March 5 at his Pacific Palisades home due to natural causes related to Parkinson's disease. He was 88. Weintraub began his career in…
Peter Bogdanovich and Mira Nair have been tapped to receive awards at this year’s Woodstock Film Festival, with the 14th annual fest in upstate New York announcing its complete 2013 slate and adding…
Folk singer Richie Havens, perhaps best known for his marathon opening set at Woodstock, died on Monday in New Jersey after suffering a heart attack in his home. He was 72. A Brooklyn native, Havens…
British guitarist and singer Alvin Lee, whose blues-rock band Ten Years After catapulted to stardom following a searing performance at Woodstock, died Wednesday morning. He was 68. According to a…
“Austenland” thesp Richard Reid has joined the cast of the indie “There’s Always Woodstock,” starring Brittany Snow and Jason Ritter. Rita Merson is writing and helming the project, which also stars…
Jonathan Demme will score the annual Maverick Award from the Woodstock Film Festival, which also has slated a lineup of some 130 pics including 19 world preems for its 2012 edition.
Bruce Beresford's "Peace, Love and Misunderstanding" is set to make its U.S. preem as the opening-night film of the 2011 Woodstock Film Festival.
The U.S. preem of "Henry's Crime," toplining Keanu Reeves, and the New York bow of Robert De Niro-Edward Norton starrer "Stone" are among offerings at the 11th Woodstock Film Festival, running Sept…
Bob Berney and Bruce Beresford will each receive an honorary kudo from the 2010 Woodstock Film Festival.
Gentle, genial and about as memorable as a mild reefer high.
After surviving a torrential downpour outside Landmark's Sunshine Cinema, guests at the July 29 "Taking Woodstock" preem, including Meryl Streep, Claire Danes and Julian Schnabel headed over to the…
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