"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" director Julian Schnabel will be among the honorees feted at the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) Gala on Jan. 31.
Fascinating on paper and a near-stiff on execution, Martin Repka's "Return of the Storks" at first seems to be a fine addition to a growing lineup of Euro films addressing the human response to human…
They got jurisdiction over all but the most low-end Internet production. They got a toehold in Internet streaming that could prove lucrative for popular skeins. And most significantly, they made a…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Management for Beyonce and the Foo Fighters have declared their support for the Grammy Awards, and the artists will appear at the show whatever the status of the writers strike.
Laudable as a portrait of Latin American engineering and scientific progress, Peruvian production designer-writer-director Augusto Tamayo's "Crossing a Shadow" is dull and creaky as dramatic…
The Flemish Audiovisual Fund has handed out a total of €3.65 million ($5.4 million) to young directors with international track records in its latest round of subsidies.
In an interesting box office showdown, Paramount's much-hyped monster movie "Cloverfield" and 20th Century Fox's romantic comedy "27 Dresses," starring Katherine Heigl, open this weekend in what…
The Motion Picture & Television Fund's annual Night Before fund-raiser will proceed as usual Feb. 23 -- but with even more urgency this year, as requests for financial assistance have grown an…
David Mamet makes a point in "November" of never mentioning the words Democrat or Republican, so the playwright's new comedy about an undistinguished commander-in-chief approaching the unlikelihood…
Swiss shingle Ascot Elite has picked up theatrical and ancillary rights to "The Interrogation of Harry Wind" for Switzerland.
"Atonement" will be among the first foreign pics to screen in China after a lengthy blackout on foreign movies when it opens on Feb. 22.