Woodstock may become more than a concert and a ground-breaking documentary. If all goes as planned, it will soon be the setting for a comedic feature film.
Shannon Elizabeth, a relative unknown and newcomer to Los Angeles, has signed a non-exclusive, three-picture deal with Miramax.
Over the past several years, the rave scene has quietly crept into the national consciousness, and it will only increase its above-ground visibility if this deserving documentary finds an adventurous…
From Gregg Lachow, director of the aridly experimental "The Wright Brothers," shown at the 1997 L.A. Indie fest, comes a thoughtful and lyrical film that should fly further on the fest circuit…
Slamdance -- the little festival that could -- has survived the slings and arrows of Robert Redford's criticism, its image as a halfway house for Sundance rejects and an odyssey that began as a…