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This year's London Film Festival is a Tom Hanks double bill with 232 other features in between.
Two Oklahoma-based films will be featured at the Austin Film Festival later this month.
A long-lost silent Orson Welles film making its debut in the Italian city where it was found will have its U.S. premiere next week in the upstate New York city where it was restored.
Latinos make up 17 percent of the U.S. population. But you wouldn’t know it by watching prime time TV or going to the movies where their numbers are underrepresented, according to the National Latino Media Council.
Iconoclastic American filmmaker John Sayles has donated decades of documents, images, props and other material to the University of Michigan for an archive covering his 34-year directorial career, the school president announced Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES - Aboard the USS Truxtun last spring, Tom Hanks and director Paul Greengrass were about to shoot what they hoped would be a powerful scene in their new movie, "Captain Phillips," when a Navy captain intervened.
The most quietly terrifying presence in film today belongs to a gray-haired, 64-year-old French actor with a Danish name. If you are familiar with Niels Arestrup's work, you don't need any convincing. If you're not, "You Will Be My Son" is all the persuading you'll need.
Abandoned but never quite forgotten, "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" finally reaches theaters seven years after it was finished. A graphically violent, sexually explicit teen horror tale, it was close to being ahead of its time, in its time. Now, it plays like a quaint, fairly obvious period piece - from 2006.
NEW YORK - The film-world provocateur John Sloss wants to catch your attention with the marketing images for his new release. He just might succeed: The movie's poster features Disney's cheery cursive script on a blazing yellow background under the words "Bad Things Happen Everywhere," accompanied by what appears to be Mickey Mouse's giant outstretched hand covered in blood.
Iowa has settled a portion of a lawsuit by a Rhode Island man who says the state cost him millions of dollars when it ended its film tax credit program in 2009.
Patrice Chereau, a celebrated French actor and director in film, theater and opera who was renowned for cutting-edge productions, has died, officials said Tuesday. He was 68.
The deadCENTER Film Festival is hosting a series of free film seminars during fall break for high school students interested in filmmaking.
Nicolas Cage, accepting a film award in China, says he's enjoying the warmth and enthusiasm he feels while working there on a new film.
"Gravity" soared to the top of the worldwide box office in its debut weekend.
Henry Guettel, a film executive with both 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures as well as a former head of the Theatre Development Fund, died Monday of pneumonia in Southampton, N.Y., according to his wife, Mary Rodgers Guettel. He was 85.
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