Daily Variety and the Hollywood Reporter will co-present VES 2001: A Festival of Visual Effects, the third edition of the Visual Effects Society's annual event.
Roger Ebert will honor his alma mater, the U. of Illinois in Champaign, with his third annual "Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival" April 25-29 at the Virginia Theater in Champaign and at the…
Bryan Hickel has assumed the role of VP of production for Adam Schroeder's newly formed Warner Bros. shingle.
German helmer Oskar Roehler's "No Place to Go" won the first Fipresci international film critics prize to be awarded at the FIU Miami Film Fest, which wrapped March 4.
"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" star Michelle Yeoh will make her first appearance as an Oscar presenter during this year's telecast.
Some 5.3 billion francs ($745 million) was spent on making 171 French films in 2000, slightly down from the previous year's 181, France's Centre National de la Cinematographie (CNC) said Monday.
Julie Durk, longtime president of the Donner Co., has taken the post of senior executive and producer at Deep River Prods., the production partnership between David Friendly and Marc Turtletaub.
Production company Stillking Films has added a development team to its Prague office after an international development competition for the three posts.
Frighteners dominated the foreign BO this weekend as "The Exorcist" re-release opened strongly in territories that had been primed in recent weeks by the omnipresent "Hannibal."
Chad-born director Issa Serge Coelo makes a more than respectable feature debut with "Daresalam," a tale of friendship fractured by politics in the fictitious North African country of the title. This…
Continuing the spirit of wrenchingly funny kinfolk trilogy "The Family Album," "Intimate Stranger" and "Nobody's Business," fearlessly self-revealing documaker Alan Berliner turns the camera on…