"This is amazing," stuttered a humbled Robert De Niro, standing on a massive stage for the Tribeca Film Festival/MTV concert and comedy festival May 10 in Battery Park.
When Marvel Entertainment was struggling to emerge from bankruptcy in 1998, Avi Arad stood before a group of bankers who were deciding the company's fate.
The skies above the Croisette may have been cloudless, but indie film mavens arriving in Cannes last week were desperately searching for a ray of light to pierce the fog of uncertainty in their biz.
The DVD arena is making room for a lot of the Little Tramp. Warner Home Video and MK2 announced an exclusive deal to distribute remastered versions of 18 Charlie Chaplin films.
Australia's Classification Review Board has once again bowed to political pressure and upped the original classification of a feature film.
Blockbuster franchises often come with crushing backend deals. Not "Spider-Man." Thanks to a clerical error in 1985 by lawyers for Cannon films, Sony Pictures is walking off with the lion's share of…
A leisurely but keenly observed ensemble pic set during one year in a small French community, "Seaside" marks a solid debut for director Julie Lopes-Curval. Character-driven venture trains a sharp…
The peaks and troughs that characterize each new popcorn season Stateside are now well and truly evident worldwide.
Peter Bart: The Backlot
A well-crafted docu that, in terms of image-boosting, does for the one-room schoolhouse what "The Seven Year Itch" did for subway grates, "To Be and to Have" follows an academic year in the lives of…
Steven Gaydos: Eurotrack