The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host the fourth annual Open Roads: New Italian Cinema June 1-10 at the Walter Reade Theater.
Oscar winner "Two Soldiers" and Oscar-nommed "Destino" will be the curtain-raisers for the Canadian Film Center's Worldwide Short Film Festival, which kicks off Tuesday. "Two Soldiers" is Aaron…
The producers of big-budget biopic "Zapata" are banking on landing a lucrative U.S. distrib deal to get into the black after underwhelming at Mexican plexes since its bow Friday.
The Iranian government has blocked helmer Mohsen Makhmalbaf from shooting his latest film, "Amnesia."
One hundred striking Gallic showbiz workers took over a studio at paybox Canal Plus on Thursday, halting live news broadcasts in their continuing protest of cuts to their unemployment benefit. The…
Regardless of who becomes its new distribution partner, Pixar plans to start self-financing its own films in 2006 after its contract with Disney ends.
Solid, suitably fey, tastefully over-the-top tribute to self-styled, Warhol-certified superstar Jackie Curtis sparkles with storytelling celebrities from Lily Tomlin to Holly Woodlawn, all of whom…
Warner Bros., Paramount and producer Scott Rudin emerged from a spirited auction with screen rights to the untitled next novel by Jonathan Safran Foer.
In their first team-up since the Jack Ryan films "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger," director Phillip Noyce and producer Mace Neufeld have made a deal with Warner Independent Pictures and…
Now the studios are really getting serious about piracy. Warner Bros. has established Hollywood's first worldwide antipiracy unit, with offices on four continents to coordinate the studio's strategy.
Commercials helmer Mike Bigelow will make his feature directing debut on "Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo," the Happy Madison-produced sequel that begins shooting in Amsterdam in July.