The 12th annual Human Rights Watch Intl. Film Festival will unspool 38 films, mostly documentaries in their New York premieres, June 15-28 at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater.
Good Machine co-founders Ted Hope and James Schamus will receive the Filmmaker on the Edge Award at the third annual Provincetown Intl. Film Festival, running June 13-17 at the tip of Cape Cod.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to director Jacques Rivette's "Va Savoir!," a Competition pic at Cannes, from Paris-based sales company Celluloid Dreams in a mid-six-figure…
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Spain has a new business game: pre-guessing what cards Telefonica Media will play to push toward profits.
Rain threatened the annual Cinema Against AIDS benefit May 17, but as guests sauntered down the red carpet and into Moulin de Mougins, the sun broke through, playing off the jewels adorning…
Amazon.com has inked a deal with Buena Vista Pictures Marketing to promote the studio's upcoming pics online. Financial details were not disclosed.
Europe and the U.S. went away the big winners at the 54th Cannes Film Festival. Crowning the cake was Palme d'Or winner, "The Son's Room," a poignant drama of bereavement from director Nanni Moretti.
Perhaps inevitably, any undertaking immediately to follow Shinji Aoyama's majestic, b&w epic meditation on the journey to healing after tragedy, "Eureka," would have been considered underwhelming…
"Shrek" scratched its unusual name in the animation annals this weekend, as DreamWorks' computer-ani laffer grossed an estimated $42.1 million in the best non-sequel ani opening ever and the studio's…
A slick comedy with thriller elements that centers on a pool tournament run by ruthless mobsters, "Stickmen" could have been called "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Pool Cues." This debut from director…