Australia's "Head On" and the Showtime production "Blind Faith" were cited as the best international and American features, respectively, at the conclusion of Outfest '99 Sunday evening. "The Most…
Stanley H. Durwood, the feisty and controversial theater exhibition magnate, died Wednesday at the age of 78.
The present board of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. was reaffirmed and the ratification of a stock option plan for newly appointed officers Alex Yemenidjian and Christopher McGurk was approved at the…
The 1973 documentary "Wattstax" will serve as the curtain raiser for the third Hollywood Film Festival on Aug. 4 at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater. An exploration of urban black America in the…
While Americans were eating up "Wild Wild West" as their holiday movie treat, the Quebecois were celebrating Canada Day (July 1) with the record local opening of the homegrown "Elvis Gratton II -…
June box office shattered all prior frames with a staggering $733.2 million gross for the 30-day span. Boffo debuts and strong holds propelled the month to a 25% B.O. boost from the former…
The national box office finally passed 1998's former record pace Friday, finishing the weekend with a $3.05 billion cume. Strong debuts for Disney's animated "Tarzan" and Paramount's dramatic…
Submissions are being accepted for the first WIN Femme Film Festival, which will unspool Aug. 23-24 at Paramount Studios.
Fox will fight another day -- execs have decided to move the Brad Pitt-Edward Norton drama "Fight Club" from its present Aug. 6 opening to a fall berth.
Bogie and Bacall, Tracy and Hepburn, Fred and Ginger and Gable and Lombard were once again united as the American Film Institute saluted movie icons in the three-hour television special "100 Years…
International award winners, a global summit, an expanded program of outdoor screenings and retrospectives will highlight the 17th L.A. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival running July 8-19.