Dictator's son to Jewish producer: “The fact that you and will do business together will change perceptions”
The Libyan dictator's middle son is backing Mathew Beckerman, a Jewish kid from Jersey
Parties, plus SPC's Tom Bernard: "Maybe it was the volcano, maybe it’s the economy, but a lot of buyers didn’t come"
"There are movies where people react chemically against discussing death or poverty. But that universe is real," director says
Based on Academy Award-winning documentary short, drama leads with "Juno" star
Javier Bardem as Uxbal navigates a sordid world of poverty, corruption and immigrant desperation
France continues to gather the best of film while insistently ignoring the encroachment of new technology and shorter attention spans
Everyone from Queen Noor of Jordan to Martin Scorsese to Google’s Eric Schmidt showed.
Video: The filmmaker discusses his childhood without a mother, and how it fed his film, "Abel"
Cultural figures who defended the director earlier this week seemed at a loss
“I got to the point where I was doing films that I didn’t care for so much. I started landscaping."
The 74-year-old Allen says: "My relationship with Death is the same. I'm against it."
A touching and delicate tale of a nine-year-old boy who takes refuge in the fantasy that he is an adult
This is what happens when you try to keep a lid on the world's most famous critic
Stone indicts capitalism anew: "It seems excessive and unregulated. I don't know where it's going to go."
An unabashed B-movie house has found a formula that works in a challenging age
Berney seemed frustrated that Pohlad controlled the pursestrings; he's looking for work, he says
"Route Irish" follows two British soldiers along a dangerous stretch of road during the war
Film professionals made clear that the quest is all about finding financing for movies, and less about buying product
Editors Note: Sharon Waxman was still en route to Cannes as of this writing. Please note that all posts below are from 2009. Check back...
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