The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences released a record-breaking list of 54 candidates for the 2002 foreign-lingo Oscar nominations on Monday.
The National Board of Review will fete Elmer Bernstein and Conrad Hall in January in New York.
Isaki Lacuesta's debut documentary, "Cravan vs. Cravan," spins a riveting hour and a half out of the strange life and stranger death of the marginal figure of Arthur Cravan, the early 20th-century…
The 120 feature films set to unspool during the 2003 Sundance Film Festival include an unusually large number of thoughtful, provocative and even cerebral titles, said fest director Geoffrey Gilmore…
Signature Theaters founder Philip Harris has been named ShoWester of the Year for ShoWest 2003. Harris, who is also finance committee vice chairman of the National Assn. of Theater Owners, will be…
Current B.O. honchos "Die Another Day" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" have shown serious foreign legs, grossing a combined $273.4 million overseas in a sign that the duo may duplicate…
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An unsophisticated sci-fi drama that takes itself all too seriously, "Equilibrium" sports a mix of "Matrix"-like chopsocky and cautionary Big Brother-isms ripped directly off the old "Fahrenheit…
The Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival has partnered with Canadian broadcaster the Movie Network to create a north-of-the-border addition to next year's contest for aspiring filmmakers.
German film group Intertainment posted a €4.5 million ($4.4 million) loss for the first nine months of 2002 compared with a profit of nearly the same amount in the period last year.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will salute Susan Sarandon next spring at its annual gala tribute.