Alcon Entertainment has conceded the title of "First Daughter" to New Regency. However, Alcon will still be first in the competition to make a movie about a world leader's newly liberated offspring.
Rick Nicita, co-chairman of Creative Artists Agency, has been elected chairman of the American Cinematheque, the nonprofit organization that is greatly expanding its range of activities.
After the SARS scare, battered Franco-American relations and a film selection process that ran down to the wire, this year's glitch-prone Cannes Film Festival is facing another, typically French…
Writer-director John Ridley, who co-wrote "Three Kings" and penned "Undercover Brother," will direct the thriller "Let Me Take You Down" for Lions Gate Films.
Karen Sortito has joined Spyglass Entertainment in the new post of executive VP of worldwide marketing.
Let the fest unfurl. Already commanding the kind of four-star publicity that belies its newbie status on the film fest circuit, the Tribeca Film Festival officially kicked off the 2003 edition…
An above-average ensemble drama about nothing more specific than life and love, Stefano Incerti's "Life as It Comes" moves a wide range of top-form actors through five separate but intercut stories…
After years of making films in Russia, Chilean helmer Sebastian Alarcon goes home for his latest social satire, but his hometown, Valparaiso, that's captured here coexists in several time-frames…
Florence Jaugey's seemingly matter-of-fact docu explores life behind bars at Nicaragua's largest prison for young inmates, many of whom are slated to serve terms longer than their ages. The emotional…
Lying fevered in a hospital bed, a once-revolutionary mid-19th century Brazilian general sees his compromised life parade before him. Pic's central conceit contrasts the hallucinatory dark night of…