Brimming with energy, elan and the unpredictability of his "Something Wild," Jonathan Demme's triumphant "Rachel Getting Married" may just lay the wedding film to rest, being such a hard act to…
The big issue surrounding "Adam Resurrected" isn't so much whether it's been done well, but rather whether it was worth doing at all.
Rolling off close-of-play biz at the Montreal World Film Festival, which wrapped Monday, Paris-based sales and production company Wide Management has clinched all-rights deal to Canada on Lionel…
The Hollywood Film Festival has announced the craft honorees for this year's Hollywood Awards.
Arthouse Films has acquired all English-speaking territories and French rights to a documentary on famed architect Rem Koolhaas.
The Vancouver Film Festival unveiled the Canadian Images lineup on Wednesday, and literary adaptations figure highly again.
Times are tough for the production biz north of the U.S. border. Hollywood filming in Canada has slowed to a trickle this year as a result of the stronger Canadian dollar, lucrative tax credits in…
It's Britney, baby, one more time. Despite her train-wreck performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last year, the network confirms Spears will kick off the show once again.
"Not everyone is endowed with the gift of seeing," a photographer confides to his promising student in "Everlasting Moments."
A sampling of what buyers are sizing up in Toronto.
The AFI Los Angeles Film Festival has set a lineup of 15 films for this year's event, including the world premiere of documentary "Playing Columbine" and the North American premieres of "The Desert…