Last week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and Cinea offered an antipiracy solution to awards voters and, as a bonus, a free DVD player.
Leon Cakoff, organizer of the Sao Paulo Film Fest, is producing "Bem-Vindo a Sao Paulo" (Welcome to Sao Paulo), a doc comprising short episodes lensed by 19 international and Brazilian filmmakers who…
When a movie opens without being screened for critics, it's called "a cold opening." Usually it's a sign that a film is a stinker -- and the press, miffed they were shut out, is often quick to point…
The main chatter at this year's Montreal World Film Festival was not about the films competing for the Grand Prix des Ameriques, but about the future of the troubled fest.
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" is finally unspooling here, but not without some hiccups. Distrib Panasia Films, a subsidiary of Golden Harvest, is still awaiting materials and documents, but hopes…
Voiceover: Dissent is not being stomached very well in America these days, and you didn't have to be watching the Republican National Convention last week to pick up the vibe of intolerance.
Having a star injured during a shoot always throws a monkeywrench into production, but the degree of the headache for studios and producers varies widely. And for thesps, one star's debilitating turn…
Woody Allen, Annette Bening and Jeff Bridges will receive this year's prestigious career achievement Donostia Awards at the 52nd San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival.
Oliver Stone will receive a lifetime achievement award from the Stock-holm Intl. Film Festival on Nov. 18.
Miramax Films' slender release schedule for 2004 has gotten slimmer. "Dear Frankie," which Miramax confirmed for a fall release less than two weeks ago, is now slated for March 4.
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