The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on Wednesday unveiled the official 80th annual Academy Awards poster, designed by "Star Wars" key art maven Drew Struzan and his son, Christian Struzan.
Marco Mueller has been reappointed topper of the Venice Film Festival for four years in a move that affords the Lido stability and bolsters its status while its infrastructure undergoes a makeover.
Ten world preems are among 17 titles added to the Berlin Film Festival's Panorama sidebar on Wednesday.
Italo horror-meister Dario Argento will shoot "Giallo," an English-language homage to the genre that made him a cult helmer, with Vincent Gallo, and Argento's daughter Asia Argento attached to star.
The United Nations is backing a $100 million film fund aimed at combating stereotypes in movies.
Hometown favorite "Atonement" is the front-runner in the nominations for the British Academy Film Awards, grabbing 14 mentions, ahead of nine apiece for "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be…
Cheryl Ceccetto has once again been tapped as special events producer for the post-Academy Awards Governors Ball.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has picked journalist Sam Donaldson, soap star Susan Lucci and singer Maureen McGovern to receive its 2008 Media and Entertainment Excellence…
The Weinstein Co. is negotiating with Forest Whitaker to star in and Tim Story to direct "Patriots," a drama that will begin production in early April.
Everything begins in Rotterdam. Or at least, that's the motto of the Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam, and, on analysis, it's not such a vast overstatement.
Once upon a time it seemed there was just CineMart in Rotterdam and New York's Independent Feature Project. Nowadays, every smart festival has a project market.