Restoration of 1983 Martin Scorsese/Robert De Niro film "The King of Comedy" booked as closing-night Tribeca attraction
Tribeca announces free screenings of Alfred Hitchcock and Tim Burton films, sports programs and endless-loop art-film installation at Museum of Modern Art
"Tribeca Talks" programs will also include Ben Stiller, Darren Aronofsky, Gloria Steinem and Richard Linklater
The Tribeca slate includes films from 30 countries, including 53 world premieres, 7 International premieres, 15 North American premieres, 6...
The festival initially didn't seem to have the excitement of last year's Sundance, but deals have been strong and the awards race is wide open
While Sundance patrons are eagerly awaiting this year's big sensation, "Stoker" and "Breathe In" and "Escape From Tomorrow" are unexpected adventures in craziness
James Ponsoldt's buzzed-about drama starring Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller will receive summer release from New York-based A24
With a rich history of supporting non-fiction filmmaking, Sundance gives the leadoff spot to the graceful but devastating "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"
10 hotspots, 2 not-spots, and a @Twitter handle glossary of what the non-film scene will be talking about in Park City.
Late-January festival in Southern California announces 13 world premieres, plus tributes to Ann Dowd, Elle Fanning, Ezra Miller, Omar Sy and other awards hopefuls
Guests at the Palm Springs Film Fest gala honoring Bradley Cooper, Helen Mirren, Naomi Watts and others left buzzing about Sally Field's marvelous acceptance speech
Celebrated but elusive actor Daniel Day-Lewis will receive the Montecito Award from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, a key award-season stop
"Flight" director Robert Zemeckis to be honored by desert film festival, as Palm Springs and Santa Barbara Film fests jockey to line up awards contenders
With sun, screens, stars and backed by muchos pesos, Hollywood's southern neighbor looks to become a "Cannes-petitor" on the festival circuit
First half of AFI Fest brings the usual blend of arthouse cinema and Hollywood glitz; "Hitchcock," "Rise of the Guardians," "Silver Linings Playbook" draw kudos
Organizers of the AFI Fest 2012 are expecting more than 85,000 to come to Hollywood for free screenings -- but giving out tickets isn't always...
Robert De Niro's supporting-actor campaign for "Silver Linings Playbook" will get a boost from Santa Barbara ceremony on Dec. 8
A dozen Oscar foreign-language submissions will screen at the AFI Fest in Hollywood, along with a number of 2012 Cannes titles, including "Reality," "The Hunt"...
AFI Fest announces slate of galas and special screenings, also including Dustin Hoffman's "Quartet" and the animated "Rise of the Guardians"
Sacha Gervasi film "Hitchcock," with Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson, will world premiere on Nov. 1 to open festival
As Toronto comes to an end, here are the surest Oscar bets, the best movies and the biggest disappointments
David O. Russell's "Silver Linings Playbook" follows in footsteps of "The King's Speech" and "Slumdog Millionaire," takes top audience prize at Toronto
Toronto's closing-night attraction, "Song for Marion," features Terence Stamp and Vanessa Redgrave in a predictable but crowd-pleasing tear-jerker
One group says Ben Wheatley's "Sightseers" is Toronto's best movie, while "The Paperboy" and Jared Leto's rock documentary also premiere
While some Toronto-watchers debate about which festival fave will take home the gold, other films debut to considerably less enthusiasm -- sorry, Billy Bob Thornton
As the industry exodus from Toronto picks up steam, Barry Levinson unveils a horror movie, Liz Garbus celebrates Marilyn Monroe and Ben Affleck gets slammed...
Joshua Oppenheimer's disturbing and transfixing "The Act of Killing" lets Indonesian killers re-enact their murders Hollywood-style
Several recent Toronto films feature marvelous performances in films that range from wonderful to forgettable
His film ignores things like narrative and his leading man barely speaks -- Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder" leaves the Toronto audience wondering
Survivors of the real tsunami depicted in "The Impossible," says director Juan Antonio Bayona, told him that the film had to be graphic and uncomfortable