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Oldenburg Co-Pro Event Features Norman Mailer Adaptation, Projects From Philippe Mora, Harry Kumel

Jim Jarmusch producer Jim Stark ('Night on Earth,' 'Coffee and Cigarettes') will host a panel on making low-budget films at Oldenburg's Matchbox Coproduction Lounge.

Wim Wenders Remembers “Innovative” ‘Paris, Texas’ Cinematographer Robby Muller

German director Wim Wenders pays tribute to famed Dutch cinematographer Robby Muller, who died this week at his home in Amsterdam.

Rotterdam Fest Unveils Streaming Service With Jim Jarmusch, Alexander Payne Titles

The platform will also feature interviews with filmmakers and access to the festival's master classes.

Oscars: ‘Tempestad’ Exposes Mexico’s Rampant Crime and Corruption

Documentary filmmaker Tatiana Huezo on how she put a human face to the thousands of victims who have suffered the brutal consequences of human trafficking.

Oscars: Mexico Selects ‘Tempestad’ for Foreign-Language Category

Mexico has received eight Academy Award nominations in the foreign-language category but has never won.

Japanese Auteur Seijun Suzuki Dies at 93

The cult director who churned out yakuza gangster B-movies that were later hailed as classics influenced Quentin Tarantino and Jim Jarmusch.

‘Paterson’ Director on Why Adam Driver Was “the Guy” to Play His Bus-Driving Poet

Adam Driver, of 'Girls' and 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' plays a poetic New Jersey bus driver in Jim Jarmusch's indie film.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Adam Driver (‘Paterson’ and ‘Silence’)

The 33-year-old discusses why he joined the Marines after 9/11, how he wound up at Juilliard, why he almost passed on 'Girls' and 'Star Wars,' and what drew him to the indie 'Paterson,' for which he has been voted best actor of 2016 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Movie lovers tired of awards bait can check out a Kubrick classic, a Leonard Cohen concert film or an early Jim Jarmusch this holiday season in L.A.

Art-House Pioneer Fortissimo Films Files for Voluntary Bankruptcy

The European-Asian sales agent worked with U.S. auteurs such as Jim Jarmusch, John Cameron Mitchell and Hal Hartley and brought talents such as Wong Kar Wai and Tsui Hark to global audiences.

‘Gimme Danger’: Cannes Review

Premiering alongside Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson' in Cannes, the director's documentary salutes influential proto-punk band The Stooges and its sinewy frontman Iggy Pop.

Cannes: Iggy Pop Talks ‘Gimme Danger,’ Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

The musician joined director Jim Jarmusch at a press conference for the Stooges documentary.