When Cannes put 20th Century Fox's "Moulin Rouge" on its dancecard as an opening night pic in 2001, the move -- engineered by then-new artistic director Thierry Fremaux -- was a sign that the…
There are high hopes that the embattled English-language sector of the Canadian film industry will be hitting the road to redemption this summer with the release of two popular comedies, "Trailer…
Russia's national festival Kinotavr, which runs in the Black Sea resort of Sochi June 4-12, has announced a strong lineup -- and continuing emphasis on international promotion of Russian product.
Now that the Rolling Stones have rocked China, concert promoters are eager to give Chinese auds more satisfaction with other Western acts.
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The first cut was magical. And those caramel highlights inspired such envy at Mommy & Me. But now, your stylist always makes you wait and seems distracted as he snips.
London-based Iraqi actor Lewis Alsamari plays the lead hijacker in Paul Greengrass' 9/11 chiller "United 93" but don't expect to see him on the red carpet at the film's Tribeca Film Festival world…
Helmer Nanni Moretti's Cannes-bound anti-Silvio Berlusconi dramedy "The Caiman" snapped up six statuettes -- including picture, director and producer -- at Italy's 50th David di Donatello film awards…
"Jasmine Women," a Chinese pic starring Zhang Ziyi, will be released on the Chinese mainland Tuesday after a three-year delay caused by investor disputes.
Indian screen versions of two Shakespeare plays are in production despite the 2003 disappointment of "Maqbool," described by critics as Macbeth meets the Godfather.