While many folks overseas stayed riveted to their TV screens last weekend following events in the U.S., "Planet of the Apes," "The Others" and "Moulin Rouge" provided compelling diversions and the…
The Independent Feature Project has announced the five finalists for this year's Pipedream Script Award. The $10,000 prize will be awarded to one script participating in the 23rd IFP Market, which…
Critics' Week, the Cannes Intl. Film Festival sidebar, is in disarray following the departures of prexy Jacques Zimmer, artistic director Jose Maria Riba and longstanding administrator Eva Roelens.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped two-time Academy Award winner Ken Adam to receive its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Universal suspenser “The Watcher” opened to $9.1 million over the weekend of Sept. 9, 2000, then grossed $5.8 million in box office over its second weekend. Information was incorrect in Monday’s…
Spain's distribution launching pad for edgy, indie fare, the Gijon Intl. Film Festival, has announced its major sidebarsThe 49th fest, which runs Nov. 23-30, will also bow the New Cinema Project…
Ireland's 46th Cork Film Festival (Oct. 7-14) has announced its lineup. U.K.-Irish co-production "Disco Pigs" will open the event, while Jan Sverak's "Dark Blue World" will close. The only feature to…
Modern Times Group's film distribution and production shop Sonet will make English-lingo productions for the first time next year. "Rancid" is the first of three planned productions, all of which are…
Robert Glinski's "Hi, Tereska" won the Golden Lion at the 26th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia Sept. 15.
"The Time Machine" has been pushed back to the future. The effects-heavy sci-fier, a Warner Bros.-DreamWorks co-venture, is now skedded to open Feb. 8 instead of Christmas Day.
Being in the wrong place at the right time has led documentary filmmaker Jules Naudet to record what may be to the Sept. 11 terrorist attack what the Zapruder film was to the Kennedy assassination.