"We Go Way Back," writer-helmer Lynn Shelton's feature following a confused 23-year-old actress in a surreal confrontation with her 13-year-old self, won the grand jury prize for feature at Slamdance…
A new day dawns for the European Film Market, which runs alongside the Berlin Film Festival, thanks to its place as the first industry bazaar of the year.
Directors enjoy advising colleagues and explaining themselves as much as they do directing. The five finalists for the DGA's top feature award dispensed advice and insight on an array of topics…
Berlin's European Film Market now stands center stage in the first quarter of the film market year, following the American Film Market's migration to a November berth in 2004. This has driven up…
McG is set to direct Matthew McConaughey in an untitled drama about the Marshall U. football team tragedy for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures. Story revolves around the 1970 plane crash that…
SAG voters put the brakes on the "Brokeback Mountain" awards express Sunday, snubbing the cowboy romance at the 12th Annual SAG Awards and opting instead for an eclectic mix for its five feature…
Reese Witherspoon admitted a small leg up on playing June Carter -- she'd played the country star in a fourth-grade play. But she'd also been told in summer camp, "Don't ever sing again."
Isabel Coixet's "The Secret Life of Words" swept best pic, director and original screenplay (both to Coixet) and line production at Sunday's 20th Goya Awards, presented by Spain's Academy of the…
The future of moviegoing (if you're Mark Cuban) or its end (if you're John Fithian) arrived Friday with the release of Steven Soderbergh's "Bubble" simultaneously in theaters, on DVD and on cable TV.
As the Sundance film fest wound down here over the weekend, a number of smaller deals came to a head, including ThinkFilm's North American pickup of the Ryan Gosling and Anthony Mackie starrer "Half…