A dream of the Old West lacquered in dust and silt, Michael Polish's "Northfork" eulogizes what might be the last town on the last frontier of the last untouched corner of God's country -- a place…
Alexander Rogozhkin's "The Cuckoo" took the main prizes at Russia's first Golden Eagle film awards, while, controversially, Andrei Konchalovsky's foreign-lingo Oscar entry "House of Fools" went away…
Veteran German producer Artur Brauner said Monday he had received anonymous death threats over his new WWII pic "Babij Jar," which unspools at next month's Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
French pop icon Vanessa Paradis, absent from movie screens since helmer Patrice Leconte's 1999 pic "The Girl on the Bridge," has boarded sci-fi actioner "Atomik Circus: Le Retour de James Bataille,"…
Indian cabler Sony Entertainment Television has paid a record 120 million rupees ($2.4 million) for the exclusive cable and satellite rights for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Devdas," the country's entry…
The government's Dutch Film Fund has unveiled its "bonus for success" for award filmmakers who are commercially and artistically successful.
"Chicago" and "Gangs of New York" took the lead in this year's BAFTA race with 12 nominations apiece, closely tracked by "The Hours" with 11, "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" with nine and…
"American Splendor," a pungently funny look at the salvation of sad-sack comics author Harvey Pekar, and "Capturing the Friedmans," a disturbingly weird portrait of a family gone off the deep end…
Digital editing king Avid has released versions of key products compatible with Apple's Mac OS X operating system, led by a Mac-based version of its Symphony system.
Dubbing and subtitling company TM Systems has opened a Los Angeles office on the North Hollywood campus where the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences is located.
After a successful 2002, the DVD Entertainment Group trade org said it will spend 2003 pushing recordable DVDs and music on DVD with a range of con-sumer education and marketing initiatives.