Dogme 95 was officially christened at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival when Martin Scorsese awarded the jury prize to Thomas Vinterberg's "The Celebration," also known as Dogme No. 1.
As Danish director Lone Scherfig walked down the streets of Telluride during the closing days of the city's annual film fest Labor Day weekend, festgoers rolled down their car windows and cheered…
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival ground to a halt Tuesday as attendees huddled in horror and amazement around large TV screens in hotel lobbies, watching the terrible events unfold in the U.S.
The Hollywood majors have succeeded in transforming the Polish summer from a theatrical dead zone into a boffo box office season.
Italian arthouse distrib Mikado has acquired the Italian rights to Jill Sprecher's drama "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing," and the restored version of Peter Fonda's 1971 western, "The Hired…
Netco and production shingle Urban Entertainment has joined the AOL Time Warner family, netting $5.5 million in financing from the conglom and inking a first-look deal with New Line Cinema and Warner…
Scribe-producer Paul Attanasio ("Quiz Show," "Homicide: Life on the Street") and production partner Katie Jacobs ("A Cool Dry Place") are bringing their Heel and Toe Films production banner to…
A judge has thrown out -- at least temporarily -- Artisan Entertainment's fraud case against financier Peter Hoffman and insurer Royal & Sun Alliance over an insurance-backed film finance deal that…
Heading off the hoofbeats of several other studios, 20th Century Fox has made a deal with Maverick Entertainment for "Rodeo Queen," a film to be developed as a directing vehicle for Dewey Nicks.
MGM/UA horror pic "Jeepers Creepers," which became the studio's fourth pic this year to open atop the box office chart, has pushed the studio to a new milestone.