The Slamdance Film Festival, which last January celebrated its fifth season in Park City, Utah, will screen three feature films and three shorts on Sept. 18 at the Tribeca Film Center.
Dominating every frame she's in, Sigourney Weaver plays the boldest, most complex role of her career in "A Map of the World," Scott Elliott's provocative and unsettling but seriously flawed feature…
In what will be welcome news to downtown Gotham cineastes, the recently completed second screen in Tribeca's the Screening Room will be a calendar-based cinema booked by Cowboy Booking, the…
Stuck in one of television's worst timeslots -- Mondays, opposite kickoff of the football game -- this "Law & Order" spinoff wastes no time getting to a juicy crime and expertly tucking the necessary…
Michael Biehn will star with Wesley Snipes in "The Art of War," the Christian Duguay-directed thriller for Elia Samaha's Franchise Pictures and Snipes' Amen Ra Prods.
Since Lexus Jazz at the Bowl is a jazz series based in Hollywood, a program devoted to three "Hollywood Jazz Legends" made sense -- and it was especially gratifying that two of the three honorees are…
The success of "The Sixth Sense," which has grossed more than $200 million domestically, raises doubts about the co-financing mantra chanted by studio execs looking to squeeze the bottom line.
It was bound to happen sooner or later -- film distribution rights sold at auction. Coming in March, 20 films will go to the highest bidder at the William Doyle Galleries-led "World's First Film…
If less is more, Low is the most. It would be simplistic to call the Duluth, Minn.-bred band's approach minimalism, but it would be more appropriate to call it "essentialism." Nothing is missing from…
In a rare term deal with a screenwriter, 20th Century Fox has inked a first-look pact with Marc Hyman, who recently penned "The God of Cookery" for the studio.
Stewart Till, president of Universal Pictures Intl., will be named vice chairman of the U.K.'s new Film Council within the next couple of weeks.