Director Roman Polanski's win for Best Director at the César Awards, the French equivalent of the Oscars, prompted walk-outs and angry protests outside the venue in Paris.
The board which oversees the César Academy, which runs the César Awards, the French equivalent of the Oscars or the BAFTAs, has said that it will resign ahead of this year's ceremony.
The 'Rosemary's Baby' director has been on the run since 1978 after avoiding sentencing for unlawful sex with a minor.
Roman Polanski made a swift exit from a back door at the premiere of his new movie in Paris last night, following angry protests.
The 76th Venice Film Festival is only one day old but has already been dominated by talk of director Roman Polanski, whose new movie An Officer And A Spy debuts in Competition tomorrow. The filmmaker won't be at the festival or doing general press but he has given a strikingly candid, wide-ranging interview for the […]
Quentin Tarantino kept the script for his new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood under lock and key, to prevent details of the plot leaking.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has said that the procedures it used to expel director Roman Polanski were 'fair and reasonable'.
A trailer has dropped for The Haunting of Sharon Tate, a new re-telling of the horrifying murder of the actress and model as a schlocky, supernatural home invasion movie.