Four Brits and Mexican screenwriter Carlos Cuaron are among the dozen semi-finalists from Europe and Latin America for the annual Sundance/NHK international filmmakers awards.
September box office rang in with a record $366.3 million, topping the 1997 benchmark by 13%. However, apart from New Line's "Rush Hour," the frame was largely bolstered by holdover titles.
The convergence of technology spawned by Gotham's Silicon Alley with the creative energy of the television, film and commercial production community is a hot topic.
Columbia TriStar's monster movie is making waves in Slovakia.
"Who Would You Rather Sleep With?," the tale of a young woman whose pregnancy in Berkeley in 1967 threatens to upend her life, received top honors at the Austin Film fest's screenplay competition…
The recent production boom in New York, and the resulting shortage of studio space, has led some in the industry to see a potential "Field of Dreams" -- if you build it, they will come. Those now…
Admissions in Western Europe totaled 761 million last year, up from 711 million in 1996, continuing a rising trend in film audiences of the region throughout the 1990s, according to data released…
Some of the most prominent specialty film production houses in Hollywood and Gotham have agreed to donate movies to the Sundance Collection at UCLA's Film & Television Archive.
Gotham-based actor-scribe Eric Bogosian will make his feature film directorial debut with "Slow Motion Riot," which will be financed by Lumiere.
Superb bows by "Saving Private Ryan," "Dr. Dolittle" and "The Truman Show" plus classy foreign preems by Polygram's costumer "Elizabeth" highlighted another crackerjack weekend at cinemas overseas.
John Hurt, Philip Baker Hall, Elias Koteas, Leslie Stefanson, John Diehl and W. Earl Brown have joined the cast of New Line Cinema's "Lost Souls."