After 16 years in Manhattan, the Gotham Awards have a new home in New York's outer borough, at Steiner Studios, the Brooklyn-based backlot.
Bardem hadn't heard of the Gotham Awards prior to news of his tribute, but he promises, "I'll be there."
Media entrepreneur Bloomberg may have caught some flak for producing 2001's "Focus," his first and only bigscreen effort, in Canada.
The suspicion that soap fans sometimes take their favorite skeins a bit too seriously is played out to baroque lengths in "It's Better If Gabriela Doesn't Die," an intermittently amusing satire on…
Don't let his Hollywood Walk of Fame star fool you: Ebert has always supported the indies.
Production designer Friedberg's resume reads like a brief history of independent film. He got his start during the movement's early '90s heyday, cutting his teeth on a noteworthy, low-budget pics…
Warner Bros. has reorganized its motion picture group and handed the reins to Jeff Robinov.
The already daring scenario of a male schoolteacher in love with one of his boy students breaks further conventions with rich formal experimentation in Kan Lume and Loo Zihan's silent indie film…
The Writers Guild of Great Britain is urging members to join a demonstration in central London on Wednesday in support of the U.S. screenwriters strike.
Organizers of the fourth Dubai Film Festival unveiled Monday a 141-pic lineup, including a mix of Hollywood glamour and politically minded works.
It's been 20 years since Nair filmed her Oscar-nominated first feature, "Salaam Bombay!"