Good Morning, Cannes: Will the Boo Birds Be Out for 'The Great Gatsby?' 1 week ago
The 66th Cannes Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday night with a gala screening of Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby,”...
By Steve Pond
Guest blog: How did we allow runaway production to soar to such levels that film companies like the legendary VFX house Rhythm & Hues would go bankrupt?
Tenements and a rigid class system replace beautiful scenery in Switzerland's Oscar entry, Ursula Meier's "Sister"
Documentary "The Imposter," "Farewell My Queen," "Easy Money" and "Trishna" open impressively.
Director Blerta Zeqiri's short film "The Return" takes a mumblecore-inspired, American indie approach to a harrowing drama about war in the Balkans
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" may be one of the year's most exciting and singular movie experiences, but Benh Zeitlin's film faces real challenges at the box office
Wes Anderson's tale of tween love "Moonrise Kingdom" rings up $669K from four N.Y. and L.A. theaters for Focus Features
Woody Allen's out. Terrence Malick's a mystery, but Brad Pitt, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart star in likely Cannes entries
Lucy Walker's "The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom" and Grant Orchard's "A Morning Stroll" awarded by Sundance jury
The awards gala is all glitz and glamour, but it honors daring films like "The Artist," "The Tree of Life" and "Young Adult"
Festival will present 110 films, drawn from more than 4,000 submissions
The director of "Douchebag" and the new "Like Crazy" says make it hurt, forget the dialogue and get the actors to stop acting
Sony Classics is re-expanding distribution for Allen's top-grossing film as it nears the $50 million mark
Annual Oscar-qualifying showcase to screen in Los Angeles and New York in August and September
Prizes at the largest North American showcase for shorts honor everything from a Jordanian drama to Australian penis jokes
Yes, she sings -- the heart of the film is the late-in-life love story between Channing and the California real-estate developer who is her fourth husband
A new film chronicles how the 44-year-old comedian and actor was elected mayor of the Nordic nation's capital
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon screen their their new mostly-improvised pseudo-doc, “The Trip"
Of the top 50 grossing indie films, 37 were English language
The new tax bill, extending Section 181 Federal Film Tax Credit, is great news for independent filmmakers
Just as most filmmakers do not make their films on their own, they should not be distributing and marketing those films on their own
Guy Pearce will star in the sci-fi thriller about a rescue at an outer-space prison
While Hernandez works to revive Film Comment in new job, indieWIRE expected to hire new talent and restructure
Producer Yeldham: “There’s very little support here for literary, mature, sophisticated material for sentient grownup beings"
The company is still looking for acquisitions, even as it cuts staff by 55 percent to lessen its overgrown expenses
While streaming and VOD can get small films to lots of people, the money-losing theatrical release exerts a powerful lure
"The film business remains the virtually exclusive domain of the privileged"
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga