Unconventional thesp Susan Tyrrell, who was Oscar-nommed for her supporting actress role in John Huston's 1972 "Fat City," died Saturday in Austin, Texas. The cult actress, who often played whores…
Influential TV mogul Lee Rich, who ran Lorimar Television and later MGM/UA, and won an Emmy for producing "The Waltons," died of lung cancer Friday in Los Angeles. He was 93.
The Exchange will rep international rights for Sundance entry "Sound of My Voice," starring Brit Marling.
The first ever Look East: Korean Film Festival will launch June 23 and 24 in Hollywood with a weekend of notable Korean film talent.
With its colorful, modern graphics, architecture and furniture, the California Design exhibit has been a smash hit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
South by Southwest is a three-headed monster revolving around film, music and interactive, but there's another thread that winds through the festival: cable networks
Pixar founder John Lasseter is fond of saying that winemaking is Nancy Lasseter's movie. He also likes to joke that he does his day job to fund his wife's day job. But it's clear that Lasseter Family…
Women in Film will honor Viola Davis, Bonnie Hammer, Chloe Grace Moretz and Christina Applegate at its June 12 fundraising dinner.
French-Canadian laffer "Starbuck" won the audience choice award at the 27th Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.
The Sundance Institute announced that Bingham Ray died after suffering two strokes at the Sundance Film Festival. He was 57