EXCLUSIVE: After a bidding battle, IFC Films president Arianna Bocco and FilmNation Entertainment CEO Glen Basner won U.S. rights to the Audrey Diwan-directed drama Happening. Diwan wrote the script with Marcia Romano based on Annie Emaux’s semi-autobiographical novel about a young woman whose future is threatened after she becomes pregnant at a time before abortion [
EXCLUSIVE: 7th & Union, the drama directed by Anthony Nardolilloa that follows a Mexican boxer looking to save his family, has won the Best Narrative Feature (U.S. Cinema) prize at the 25th annual Urbanworld Film Festival. The New York City-set festival, which highlights the work of Black, Indigenous, Latino and other people of color, revealed [
Panah Panahi’s Hit the Road wins award for ‘distinctive film-making that captures essence of cinema’
The Venice Film Festival, the Italian Cultural Institute in London, and exhibitor Curzon are tying up on London screening series From Venice To London (18 – 22 November). Seven films from Venezia 78 have been chosen to be shown in London with appearances by filmmakers and cast. The Lost Daughter, directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal, will [
A trio of researchers from Northwestern University and Southern University of Science and Technology, has found that topics related to more prize-winning in the science field tend to lead to more papers being written about them than non-winning topics. In their paper published in the journal Nature Communications, Ching Jin, Yifang Ma and Brian Uzzi, note that they also found that prize-winning topics tend to attract "star scientists."
M. Night Shyamalan will be joining the 72nd Berlin Film Festival as the president of the international competition jury.
Director and producer M. Night Shyamalan will serve as president of the international jury at 72nd Berlinale next year. “I’m pleased and honored that M. Night Shyamalan has accepted our invitation
Award-winning director Brillante Mendoza added another feather to his cap after his film "Gensan Punch" won at the 26th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee chose Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov because it said a free press is a precondition for democracy and peace.
Penrith Panthers star Tyrone May (pictured left) has again become a controversial talking point with footy fans - this time for using offensive language in a live Instagram video.
When architects reach for the skies - the results can be spectacular. These are the year's best-designed skyscrapers, according to the Emporis Skyscraper Awards, which chose from over 300 designs
Melissa Joan Hart made “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” history when she won more than $1 million for her charity.