Actress Ahna Capri, best known for roles in "Enter the Dragon" and TV's "Mod Squad," died Aug. 20 after being taken off life support. Capri, in a coma from an Aug. 9 car accident, was 64.
Lawyers for Wesley Snipes on Wednesday filed a motion for a new trial in Florida on his conviction for tax evasion.
Suzanne Grossmann, actress and writer who appeared in the original 1966 Broadway staging "The Lion in Winter," died Aug. 19 in Los Angeles after a long battle with Chronic Obstructed Pulmonary…
Freestyle Releasing will handle U.S. theatrical distribution for Ray Griggs' political docu "I Want Your Money."
Wesley Snipes won't be going to jail quite so soon, a U.S. District Court ruled on Monday.
Yonni Sebbag pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges and conspiracy to commit securities fraud.
American Cinema Editors will recognize outstanding editing in nine categories of film, TV and documentaries at its annual Eddie Awards Feb. 19 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
Visual effects producer and facility exec Janet Yale will join CIS Vancouver as the head of Digital Studio.
"100 Voices: A Journey Home," a documentary focusing on Jewish and Polish song, faith and tradition, will screen in select theaters nationwide on Sept. 21, for one night only, to qualify for Academy…
Film Independent has announced the 12 screenwriters and film projects selected for its 11th annual Screenwriters Lab beginning Aug 12.
Music promotions executive Marvin Deane, who worked with stars including Frank Sinatra, Roy Orbison, Lionel Richie and Dolly Parton, died Aug. 16 of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 79.