Legit multihyphenate Jack Sydow died May 28 in Los Angeles. He was 88.
German actress Ursula Taylor, who played the female lead in pics like "Bandido," "Bengal Brigade" and "Monsoon," died June 19 in Burbank, Calif., of natural causes. She was 86.
The Los Angeles Film Fest wrapped an unusually eventful edition Sunday at its new Downtown L.A. home.
Taylor Hackford delighted the audience at Wednesday's premiere of "Love Ranch," telling the Arclight crowd, "I always make films about working-class people, and a brothel is a workplace."
Omnilab Media announced plans for a September U.S. release of Australian B.O. hit "Bran Nue Dae."
Sonic Solutions announced Monday their partnership with Sears Holdings to provide Hollywood entertainment on various Internet-connected devices.
The Casting Society of America, Hollywoodnews.com and Yahoo! Movies will team with the Holllywood Film Festival and the Hollywood Awards to launch the Hollywood Discovery Awards, a nationwide acting…
Campus MovieFest and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Monday the launch of "For the Love of Movies" short film competition.
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Dennis Todorovic's German coming-of-age film "Sasha."
Internationally recognized cinema scholar and UCLA professor Teshome Gabriel, died June 15 of sudden cardiac arrest in Panorama City, Calif. He was 70.