Blaine Thurier's drama "Low Self Esteem Girl" took the top narrative prize at the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas, with the top documentary feature award presented to…
Local filmmaker P.V. Lehtinen's "The Diver" scooped three awards at the 31st Tampere Short Film Festival, which ended Sunday.
The Directors Guild of America and Hollywood studios have announced plans for a West Coast Conservation Collection of mint condition prints of new features, to be housed at the UCLA Film and…
With more than a third of Columbia Pictures' feature slate now provided by Joe Roth's Revolution Studios, heads have rolled in a revolution moving through Sony's production staff.
Digital cinema and video-on-demand will change the way movies are distributed and increase industry revenues by $6.5 billion in the next five years, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Thesp Clifton Collins Jr. ("Traffic") has nabbed a gig in DreamWorks' prison drama "The Castle" and has inked with ICM for representation.
Some in France's auteur-led film community complain that as a producer, Luc Besson is "un-French," keeping a tight rein on the films he makes while paying little heed to the artistic viewpoint of…
Montreal comedy festival Just for Laughs is seeking submissions for its fifth showcase, to be held July 12-22. Short films -- no longer than 15 minutes -- are eligible for the comic divisions Eat My…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences made history by awarding the first Oscar ever to the makers of a computer software program at its recent Scientific & Technical Achievement Awards gala.
The 1977 Walt Disney pic "Freaky Friday" is getting a makeover at the Mouse House. The studio has tapped Heather Hach to adapt the quirky comedy.
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