The New York Film Festival is throwing a party for old friends.
"The Host" helmer Bong Joon-ho's mystery thriller "Mother" is South Korea's choice for consideration in the Oscar foreign-language film category.
U.S. and U.K. pics and talent make a strong showing in the main program.
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The lineup for the 33rd Montreal World Film Festival was unveiled Tuesday, a 240-pic slate heavy on first-time helmers and off-the-beaten-track movies from 78 countries.
The Toronto Film Festival is expanding its free outdoor programming.
Corrected post That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Edie Falco of Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" will be among the participants in a special briefing on healthcare reform this evening that…
BBC Worldwide has won a court case against the administrator of U.K. retail store chain Woolworths over the value of their 2Entertain DVD joint venture.
As cable news is populated by townhall craziness and the liberal pushback (more this morning directed at Arlen Specter), Jon Stewart has emerged as a source of thoughtful discussion. And that is…
Somber tones dominate the 16 titles competing for the festival's $127,000 cash prize.
There's a new battleground in the fight over the Performance Rights Act: The FCC. Following its filing of a complaint over broadcasters' tactics, the MusicFIRST coalition, which represents artists'…