Showbiz has had many tough acts to follow. One of the latest is faced by James Murakami, who was production designer on helmer Clint Eastwood's two latest films: "Changeling" and "Gran Torino."
Still a rebel after 14 years, the Slamdance Film Festival is gearing up for its 2008 edition with hopes to match the sales success of recent go-rounds.
Few companies can go the distance on the foreign sales circuit, but Shoreline Entertainment, now 15 years old, is among that elite group.
After co-producing "Glengary Glen Ross," Morris Ruskin starts Shoreline with a financing partner; deals in place with Fine Line and Warner Bros.
A sampling of Shoreline projects in the works or recently completed pickups.
The backstory on Shoreline's top film trio.
It's not your parents' 3-D, but whether the once-gimmicky technology is the movie industry's new savior remains to be seen.
Frank Darabont's rite of passage into Hollywood is not unlike that of the medium's Golden Age talents, many of whom escaped persecution and political oppression in their homelands.
Star autobiographies have always done brisk business, but nowadays an increasing number of actors have decided to get serious about writing. Following the tradition of the Beat generation poets who…
When the ASC honors Richard Kline with a Lifetime Achievement Award on Sunday for his contributions to cinematography, it's almost as though the society will be celebrating his family tree.
In her heyday, Shirley Temple's popularity would be equivalent to a child star today outselling the movies of Tom Cruise or Julia Roberts. But America in the '30s was arguably a less jaded period for…