Sunday's Golden Globes proved cable-ready: Out of 11 TV trophies, HBO easily dominated the competition with seven wins, while basic-cabler FX nabbed two, both for series "The Shield," and USA earned…
Best director winner Martin Scorsese emerged to address reporters in an uncharacteristically still manner, standing up with feet together, though retaining his characteristically breakneck, clipped…
Aki Kaurismaki's "The Man Without a Past" nabbed six Jussis, Finland's film awards, on Sunday.
Bragging rights for the first buy of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival went to Lions Gate Films, which paid $1.5 million for North American rights on "The Cooler," starring William H. Macy.
Throughout his career, Robert Redford has always been as involved in political causes as he has in film, and politics are very much on his mind these days as he prepares his 30-years-later sequel to…
Slim Shady enjoyed plentiful pickings over the weekend with his cinematic debut, "8 Mile," in Oz, the U.K., Mexico and the Netherlands.
The second installment of Gotham's Tribeca Film Festival will have a decidedly international accent, based on the first official selections of new festival director Peter Scarlet.
Shortly before his death in 1991, celebrated British scribe Dennis Potter completed a feature-length, U.S.-set transposition of his crowning television achievement, the eight-hour "The Singing…
Richard Crenna, an Emmy award-winning character actor who starred as a lovesick teenager on the 1950s sitcom "Our Miss Brooks" and as Sylvester Stallone's Green Beret mentor in three "Rambo" films…
"Levity" is a half-baked moral fable that suffers from insufficiencies both of narrative concreteness and religious depth. Screenwriter Ed Solomon's long-gestating directorial debut feels like a…