While each of this year's Oscar-nominated cinematographers used standard 35mm cameras to spectacular results, Anthony Dod Mantle ("Slumdog Millionaire"), Claudio Miranda ("The Curious Case of…
The 25th anniversary of D.C.'s Helen Hayes Awards looks to be bountiful for the Signature Theater in Arlington, Va., as its musical-laden sked picked up 39 nominations and dominated many categories.
Disney might be feeling the financial squeeze, but any signs of economic woe were not readily apparent at Thursday's "Confessions of a Shopaholic" preem at the Ziegfeld.
While an unsteady global film industry has budding filmmakers worried about their futures, there's never been a better time to develop their craft.
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In recent years, a training program of some kind lags just behind a competition and a market as one of the cornerstones of any self-respecting sprocket opera.
Jeff Skoll's Participant Media is in talks to board Focus Features' "The Attack."
Rising French thesp Hafsia Herzi, who won the debut actress prize at the 2007 Venice fest, has boarded "Ma Campagne de Nuit" opposite French thesp Emmanuelle Beart
Debut director Peter Strickland's "Katalin Varga" -- playing in competition --- is a movie that proves an exception to the rule: Never put your own money into a movie.
Brad Pitt's star power and awards season buzz saw 13-time Oscar nommed "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" bow brightly in France, Spain and the U.K. this weekend.
Italo auteur Gianni Amelio's adaptation of Albert Camus' last novel "The First Man" is set to start shooting by April in North Africa and France with Gallic stars Jacques Gamblin and Denis Podalydes…