A cult classic, Love's "Forever Changes," and a pair of megahits, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Pink Floyd's "The Wall," are among the 70 new entries in the Grammy Hall of Fame.
The Sarajevo Film Festival called for entries Wednesday to next August's CineLink co-production market.
Mexican helmer Alfonso Arau is directing his first Italian-language film "L'imbroglio nel lenzuolo" (The Trick in the Light), starring Maria Grazia.
Warren Beatty will present veteran film editor Dede Allen with the Motion Picture Editors Guild's 2008 Fellowship and Service Award at the annual Board of Directors Installation Dinner.
Critics continue to embrace the Coen Brothers as "No Country for Old Men" swept the 8th Annual Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards.
The Vatican is gloating over tepid box office returns for "The Golden Compass," which it hopes will force New Line to scrap plans to shoot the remainder of the trilogy based on Philip Pullman's "His…
German helmer Doris Doerrie, whose "Cherry Blossoms -- Hanami" will play in competition at the Berlin Film Festival, has announced follow-up project "Gute Besserung" (Get Well).
Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" dominated the Toronto Film Critics Assn. Awards, picking up four prizes, including one for best film Tuesday.