Veteran helmer Eric Rohmer is preparing his next movie, the $4 million "Triple Agent."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tapped five scribes as 2002 Don & Gee Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting finalists.
Friday is the deadline to submit entry forms and supporting materials to AMPAS for Oscar consideration in the following categories: animated feature, foreign-language film and live-action and…
Three screenplays won $1,000 cash prizes and other awards at the Motion Picture Assn. Feature Film Project Development Workshop and Competition for Spanish-speaking Latin Americans, which wrapped…
Saturday night's opening of the 15th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival was pure Hollywood, with crowds besieging the theater to catch a glimpse of director Steven Spielberg and thesp Tom Cruise at the local…
The foreign lingo Oscar race is heating up as six more countries have announced their candidates for selection.
Pony Canyon has licensed all rights for Japan to Spaniard Imanol Uribe's coming-of-age tale "El viaje de carol" (Carol's Journey).
Director Gurinder Chadha will follow up her breakthrough hit "Bend It Like Beckham" with a modern-day Bollywood musical version of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice."
Portuguese producers like Paulo Branco have had to postpone their productions because the nation's main film finance body, the Institute of Cinema, Audiovisual and Multimedia is unable to meet its…
The 14th annual Boston Jewish Film Festival unspools Nov. 7-17, showcasing more than 45 independent films from 14 countries.
The New York Intl. Independent Film and Video Festival's top award went to Kamal Ahmed for "God Has a Rap Sheet."
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