Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone and Wes Anderson have recently released short films commissioned by major companies (Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and DirecTV) to promote their products. A cheap ploy to draw attention to perfume or a new avenue for filmmakers to explore their craft within a shorter format? You decide.
FilmLinc Daily spoke with Sir Jackie Stewart about his triumphant career as a trailblazing Formula One racer and the re-discovered groundbreaking documentary his friend Roman Polanski is once again bringing to the big screen. The film opens at Film Society this weekend.
Steve Buscemi will present a posthumous tribute to James Gandolfini at the 23rd annual Gotham Independent Film Awards on Monday, December 2. Gandolfini joins the previously announced tributes to Forest Whitaker, Richard Linklater and Katherine Oliver at the event.
Dern will receive the Career Achievement Award at the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival as part of its Awards Gala.
Comedian Patton Oswalt will host the 29th annual Independent Spirit Awards ceremony on the beach in Santa Monica Saturday March 1, Josh Welsh, president of Film Independent said Tuesday.
Audiences will have a chance to kick up their heels once again as the 2014 Dance on Camera series takes shape. Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association unveiled the lineup for the 42nd annual festival, which will take place January 31 - February 4.
If you find yourself anticipating the hit Sundance Channel program, "The Returned," gather round! The first two episodes of the highly anticipated series will screen in a free premiere event on Saturday November 23rd with select producers in person for a Q&A.
We spoke with director Jillian Schlesinger about her documentary, which opens Mountainfilm on Friday night, and its inspiring protagonist: a Dutch 14 year old named Laura Dekker who made headlines as the youngest person to sail solo around the globe.
AFI Fest unveiled its winners Thursday during a brunching the heart of Hollywood. The Los Angeles festival, which screened 84 features opened with the North American premiere of John Lee Hancock's Saving Mr. Banks and is closing tonight with the Coens' Inside Llewyn Davis, which had its U.S. premiere at NYFF.