The Berlin Intl. Film Festival is offering cinema-related groups the chance to stage their own events at the fest for the first time in a move dubbed "Accept Diversity."
Bodega Films, a new French distribution company, is planning the first theatrical release of Jean-Luc Godard's "King Lear," 15 years after it was made.
Gallic satellite platform TPS has renewed its accord with producers' orgs ARP and Blic, extending its film acquisition pact until 2005.
Arthur Hiller will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences during the 74th annual Academy Awards.
Disney said Thursday it will unspool "Treasure Planet" on Nov. 27, two days before Thanksgiving, with the toon getting a simultaneous release in both conventional and giant-screen theaters.
In his second outing behind the camera as well as in front, actor-director Frank Whaley plays a standup comic who can't cut through the pain of his own unfulfilled life to put on a routine that's…
A supposed slice-of-life drama about working class women looking for love and stability in 1980s New Jersey, "Hysterical Blindness" is a numbingly obvious confection of laughter and tears that's…
Alexandre Dumas' classic tale of injustice and comeuppance, revenge and redemption, is rousingly retold in "The Count of Monte Cristo," a lavishly mounted and appealingly old-fashioned swashbuckler…