The Croisette was abuzz last week over helmer Lars von Tier's declarations of Nazi sympathy and subsequent condemnation by Cannes Festival officials.
Even at our first chance meeting, I urgently wanted to dislike Rob Lowe.
Everybody wants a bite out of Snow White.
Accessible art is something of a Michel Gondry specialty.
Has the autumn indie season moved into summer?
Every Monday morning, a group of Irish filmmakers gathers for a creative meeting in an old warehouse by Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.
Anyone who peruses the list of this year's winners of the Peabody Awards might reasonably wonder how in the world the group behind the prizes actually functions.
International co-production is taking off in Russia as the country opens its doors to cross-border projects.
With one last clear week before Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" sailed in, Universal's "Fast Five" and Paramount's "Thor" claimed the top two spots internationally over the May…
Donald Krim, president of DVD and film distributor Kino Intl. and co-president of Kino Lorber Inc., died Friday, May 20, in New York following a yearlong battle with cancer. He was 65.
It'll take more than an arrest and 20-year filmmaking ban to silence Iranian New Wave master Jafar Panahi.