The fifth Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Cinema, which shuttered Saturday, confirmed its reputation as Latin America's most innovative film festival and miraculously managed to grow after…
Coming off the Easter break, ticket sales in many markets dwindled last weekend, with Spain plunging by a whopping 50%, Taiwan plummeting by 54% due to worries over SARS, and Germany off 7%.
David Trueba's "Soldados de Salamina" (Salamina Soldiers) has joined the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard lineup.
As cases of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) continue to escalate in Mainland China, some Hollywood execs fear Saturday's edict to shutter theaters in Beijing will spread to other parts of…
HOLLYWOOD -- Barney Oldfield, Variety's first Nebraska correspondent, Hollywood press agent and retired Air Force colonel, died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from cirrhosis of the liver…
Palm Pictures has acquired North American rights to mainland Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang's festival award winner "Springtime in a Small Town," to be released in the fall under the company's…
Cinematheque Francaise prexy Jean-Charles Tacchella resigned Monday in a spat over the directorship of the organization.
"Distant" (Uzak), the first Turkish film selected for competition in Cannes in 20 years, swept the Intl. Istanbul Film Fest awards on Saturday, scooping awards for best Turkish film and director…
Hong Kong will celebrate the career of thesp Leslie Cheung, who committed suicide April 1, with a two-day movie tribute beginning May 11.
A meet-cute date movie that plays like a primer to the well-established Korean genre, "Madeleine" lacks a distinctive taste of its own to propel it to any prominence. Well-lensed but only…
Given the richness and depth of the novel on which it is based, "The Carpenter's Pencil" is strangely monotonous emotionally. Merely efficient pic has all the ingredients of the sumptuous Spanish…
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