As light, occasionally embarrassing indie with a decidedly Hollywood spin, "Just Write" (which won the prize for best film at the 1997 Santa Barbara Film Festival) nonetheless provides some guilty…
"Dr. Dolittle" and "Brady Bunch" helmer Betty Thomas and her producing partner Jenno Topping have inked a three-year first-look deal with Columbia Pictures. Under the arrangement, Thomas and…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has tapped former Silicon Graphics exec Jerry Giaquinta to head its corporate communications department.
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Like every college film student, Loyola Marymount undergrad Lance Mungia wanted to carve out a place for himself in creative Hollywood -- and he has done so in a unique way.
Full of good intentions and exciting live music footage, "Free Tibet," which documents the 1996 San Francisco Tibetan Freedom Concert, is not much different from any rock concert docu that has…
The Shooting Gallery's docu "Free Tibet," which chronicles the 1996 San Francisco Tibetan Freedom Concert, preemed Sept. 9 in Hollywood.
In line with the recent indie trend of scripted features presented in a documentary style, "Let's Talk About Sex" is a flat-out crude and sloppy piece of filmmaking that's bogged down by laughable…
Warner Bros.' Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner- produced Steve Prefontaine biopic "Without Limits" had its Hollywood premier Tuesday night with a screening in Westwood and a party at Spago.
As a part of the Preston Sturges retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Writers Guild and the Writers Guild Foundation honored the filmmaking skills of the legendary comedic…
Maybe it should be called "Speed 3," the story of a wild Gotham bus tour guide named Timothy (Speed) Levitch.
"Planet of the Apes" celebrated its 30th anniversary with a commemorative screening at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Beverly Hills headquaters Thursday night.