France has selected Regis Wargnier's "East, West" as its contender for the Academy Awards best foreign-language film nominations.
The ninth biennial Filmcritica Masters of Cinema Campidoglio Award -- designed to honor international filmmakers whose creative achievements and critical merits often have been overshadowed by their…
Austrian helmer Barbara Alberts' first feature, "Nordrand" (Northern Skirts), copped both main prizes at the Viennale Film Festival in Vienna: the Vienna Film Award for best Austrian picture, as well…
Just 24 hours before "The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc" hit French screens, director Luc Besson appeared to be rethinking his relationship with the pic's producer, Gaumont.
Disney said Tuesday it plans to swing its animated hit "Tarzan" onto the sell-through homevid and DVD markets Feb. 1, backed by what it calls one of its biggest marketing campaigns ever.
Forty-seven years ago Tuesday -- the day Hattie McDaniel died -- the actress' wish to be buried in Hollywood was denied due to racism.
Five writers have been selected as recipients of the 1999 Don and Gee Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship contest sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the Academy Foundation.
If you're going to do Joan of Arc, it helps to have an actress to play the leading role. Although Luc Besson tries to minimize the importance of this fact by making his Joan an action heroine and as…
The centerpiece event of the weekend's Hamptons Film Fest was the fete thrown by the William Morris Agency on Saturday to celebrate the world preem of the Jason Alexander-helmed period comedy "Just…
Touted as the most expensive U.S. production ever to be shot in Europe, Paramount's "Enemy at the Gates" will be made at the Babelsberg Studios on the outskirts of Berlin.
The general public that demonstrated its tolerant indifference to agonizing over adultery re "Eyes Wide Shut," not to mention the Clinton-Lewinsky affair, will get a chance to do so again with…