Tina Mabry's "Mississippi Damned" has won the grand jury award for outstanding dramatic feature at Outfest, while Nacho G. Velilla's "Chef's Special" won the audience award for dramatic feature.
Warner Bros. has joined Paramount in hitting the $1 billion mark in domestic grosses this year.
The Screen Actors Guild has endorsed the federal health care reform package that's before Congress.
Turns out there is a "Project Greenlight" legacy. The reality TV series, which plucked Hollywood hopefuls from obscurity to pursue their creative visions, was perhaps more famous for its cringeworthy…
The DGA has told SAG president Alan Rosenberg to shut up and go away.
Charlie Matthau's eponymous production banner is teaming with Future Films and Blackwood Entertainment Group to produce Elmore Leonard's "Freaky Deaky."
Scott Speedman, Bruce Greenwood and Macha Grenon have joined the cast of indie drama "Barney's Version" alongside Paul Giamatti, Dustin Hoffman and Minnie Driver.
Christine Baranski has joined the cast of Sony's "Bounty Hunter" comedy as Jennifer Aniston's mother.
The Open Society Institute has awarded the Sundance Institute a $5 million grant for its documentary film program with the aim of raising awareness of human rights.
In a move designed to quiet the doomsayers, MGM's received a clean bill of financial health -- for now.
The union covering about 2,000 Hollywood animators has reached a tentative three-year deal with the congloms.