The Telluride Film Festival has attracted some of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Tickets for select midnight showings of 20th Century Fox's "Avatar" in roughly 50 AMC Imax theaters have already gone on sale, four months in advance of the film's release at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 18.
Is there a small film heading unnoticed for Venice, Telluride or Toronto that could become this year's "Slumdog Millionaire"?
All the best revolutions start with a couple of people in a room who share a crazy idea that couldn't possibly work.
UTA has signed writer-director Brad Silberling.
The Screen Actors Guild is warning its members that they should not do any work in the upcoming Michael Jackson concert documentary "This Is It."
If statistics show that one out of every two Parisian marriages ends in divorce, then a film about such a subject has perhaps a 50% chance of being any good.
This year, Venice Film Festival topper Marco Mueller has hit "cruising speed," he says, with a lineup designed to fire on all cylinders by bringing new names and diverse genres into the mix.
More movies, more countries, more first- and second-time works, and certainly more Yank fare -- that's the formula adopted by program topper Marco Mueller for Venice fest's big bounce back this year.
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