Following a fierce bidding war, Warner Bros. has cut a massive, multimillion dollar deal with CBS for the rights to a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced adaptation of Brit thriller "Eleventh Hour."
Markets & Festivals
With the new television season still a week away, young adults flocked to primetime football action last week, as NFL games dominated Sunday and Monday and college action ruled on Saturday.
The high-def homevid battle heated up again Tuesday when Rupert Murdoch and Robert Iger gave surprisingly strong endorsements to Sony's Blu-ray format before a crowd of Wall Streeters. News Corp…
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Stephen H. Burum ("Hoffa") will receive a lifetime achievement award from the American Society of Cinematographers.
Eighty-four years on, Elmer Rice continues to harangue about the pitifulness of the human condition in "The Adding Machine."
Whittled down from 3,000 submissions, 127 films from 44 countries are competing at this year's Uppsala Intl. Short film Festival.
Werner Herzog guarantees the viewer he did not travel to the frozen continent to make "another film about penguins."
Jessie McCormack has fashioned a likably off-kilter yarn focusing on dysfunctional small-town Southern folk and the hapless young traveler who becomes trapped in their midst.
Patric M. Verrone has won re-election to a two-year post as president of the Writers Guild of America West, garnering more than 90% of the ballots cast in the highest-ever margin of victory.
The Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinema, the city's smaller, edgier film fest, has snared some of the top Canuck pics of the year for its 36th edition, running Oct. 10 to 21.