UCLA's Jennifer O'Kieffe won first place in the 52nd annual Samuel Goldwyn writing awards for her script "Sex and Sylvia Plath."
"South of Pico," from firsttime director Ernst Gossner, has won the 11th annual American Black Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize for best picture.
Following "Interkosmos," his improbably original pic about an imaginary Soviet space program, American indie filmmaker Jim Finn continues to confound with "The Shining Trench of President Gonzalo,"…
Smallscreen producer-writer Brad Isaacs makes a gratingly cutesy helming debut with "Have Dreams, Will Travel," a saccharine, 1961-set road pic involving a couple of unloved kids trekking from West…
Karma can come back and bite you, as some school bullies eventually realize in Ryo Nakajima's tough and rowdy debut, "This World of Ours."
War crimes, ice fishing and human trafficking captivated juries at the Jihlava docu fest, which wrapped Saturday in the southern Czech town, generating interest from TV scouts from throughout Europe.
Five months after sparking an uproar with a film permit proposal viewed as onerous in Gotham film circles, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting has released redrafted regulations…
TV soap "Isidingo" was the big winner at Saturday's South African Film and Television Academy awards, with 10 Golden Horns.
The thinly veiled mistrust at the heart of every town lies deep within Carlo Mazzacurati's "The Right Distance."
Canuck distributor Seville Pictures has bought six pics for Canada, including John Sayles' "Honeydripper."
The National Film and Video Foundation is bringing the best local product to lawmakers during a Parliamentary Festival of South African film to encourage them to fund the industry.