Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans.

Features

  • Indiewire
    6 comments
    tweet
    0

    Amenabar: Not anti-Christian, but Crusading Against Fundamentalism with "Agora"

    "Once we started researching, we realized there was a relation with today's reality," said Chilean-born Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar in Cannes yesterday. "We were excited to have a story about the past that has relevance to the present." Amenarbar's out of competition epic "Agora," is an indi...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Cannes '09: Tracking The Competition

    Marking the opening of Cannes, indieWIRE has expanded its recently launched Calendar section to include all of the films screening in competition at the fest. This new section (explained more fully in our Summer Movie Guide), gives each film its own page, complete with information about the film, l...

    Read More »
    MORE: Features
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Cannes Breakthrough: Introducing Tahar Rahim

    Unseen as a lead actor on the big screen until yesterday, twentysomething French actor Tahar Rahim just may own the breakthrough acting performance of The Cannes Film Festival for his star making turn in Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet" (Un Prophete).

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Cannes Hearts Ebert

    “Roger Ebert played an integral part in conversations and panels,” commented Julie Sisk, founder of the American Pavilion under a rainy sky Friday afternoon in Cannes. So, the American Pavilion (or AmPav to its friends and paying members) took some time off in the afternoon to honor one of America’s...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Coppola: Auteur Aspiring to be an Amateur

    Tears and tales from one of Hollywood's biggest directors, in front of a standing room only crowd, was a highlight for many yesterday at the Cannes Film Festival. The director talked about everything from animation, films of the past, the politics of Hollywood, self-distribution, and to of course h...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Ang Lee: "I hate to be characterized"

    "I miss the spirit of can do innocence," offered Ang Lee today, reflecting on some of the motivations for his new film, "Taking Woodstock," playing in competition here in Cannes. "I am not saying I am a hippie wannabe, but I do enjoy that period of time."

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    A Less Crowded Cannes, and Perhaps a Silver Lining

    A Less Crowded Cannes, and Perhaps a Silver Lining

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Ted Hope: 38 American Independent Film Problems/Concerns

    Ted Hope: 38 American Independent Film Problems/Concerns

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    A Film That Burns In Her Heart: Marlene Rhein on Her "Big Shot"

    Marlene Rhein's "The Big Shot Caller" follows Jamie Lessor, a man who's life is a bit out of focus. Abandoned by his runaway sister, and raised by his grumpy poker-playing father, Jamie is beginning to wonder if true happiness is out of reach. That is, until he meets Elissa. Blinded by love, he can'...

    Read More »
    MORE: Interviews
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Picking a Fight with the Vatican? Park's "Thirst" Oozes Blood

    The Roman Catholic Church has been getting into the film biz again lately, and the Catholic Church may have more on its holy plate then just Ron Howard's "Angels & Demons." Korean director Park Chan-Wook's ("I'm a Cyborg") latest thriller involves a priest (of the Catholic variety), blood sucking, a...

    Read More »

Recent Posts


  • A Look at YouTube: The Scripted Viral ...Press Play
  • The Major and the Minor-485Throwback Thursday: Ginger Rogers, Billy ...Leonard Maltin
  • Venezuelan Drama 'Bad Hair' (Boy Obsessed ...Shadow and Act